There are no known bugs with the plug-in, but there are several
Delphi IDE quirks you may encounter:
You will not be able to add projects to a freshly-created
project group or to Delphi's default project group. Saving
the group is not sufficient. You must close and then re-open
the project group.
Whenever you create a new test project, an error dialogue
will pop-up saying there is no associated .RES file. Just
close the dialogue - a default .RES file will be created.
I haven't got around to creating a default .RES file which
would stop this dialogue appearing.
You may encounter AVs when opening or closing Delphi for
the first time after installing the plug-in. Please email
me if this persists.
You may also encounter errors when building from source (particularly
in D5). Remove the DUnitWizard from the design packages list
(MainMenu|Project|Options...|Packages|EPC DUnit Wizard|Remove)
before building from source. if you do a ' Build All' for
the projects in the DUnitWizard project group you may see
messages about missing methods or package entry points, or
a missing run-time package. It's seems to be timing-related.
(Delphi's internal state can't keep up with the compiler).
Compiling, rather than building, each target manually gets
around this problem.