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REFRESH!
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> BZngr

So I opened Code Inspections and it displayed with data (read a few errors, seemed accurate). So I closed it. then i tried to find the Ready button but don't see it. The toolbar says Parse Error with a red X. is that where the Ready button is?
> BZngr

So I opened Code Inspections and it displayed with data (read a few errors, seemed accurate). So I closed it. then i tried to find the Ready button but don't see it. The toolbar says Parse Error with a red X. is that where the Ready button is? So Idid a refresh and it went through several steps, still parsing at the moment.
 
1:57 PM
> Finally got it to say ready (probably by going to settings and excluding a number of add-ins). So now I click` Refresh, the ducks spin and a few seconds later they disappear. then I run Test Explorer, click Refresh and nothing appears in the window. summary says 0 of 0 test run. I can't click the Run button or the Add button. what do i need to do to run my test.
`Option Explicit
Option Private Module

'@TestModule
'@Folder("Tests")

Private Assert As Object
Private Fakes As Object
> Finally got it to say ready (probably by going to settings and excluding a number of add-ins). So now I click` Refresh, the ducks spin and a few seconds later they disappear. then I run Test Explorer, click Refresh and nothing appears in the window. summary says 0 of 0 test run. I can't click the Run button or the Add button. what do i need to do to run my test.

`Option Explicit
Option Private Module

'@TestModule
'@Folder("Tests")

Private Assert As Object
Private Fakes As Object
 
2:40 PM
> @skorpio07

The quick answer is that the attribute `@TestMethod needs to precede the Sub declaration. Try editing your test to match the following:
```
'@TestMethod("Uncategorized")
Private Sub testme()
Dim x, y
x = 1
y = 1

If x = y Then
MsgBox ("Equal")
Else
MsgBox ("Not Equal")
End If

End Sub

```
Once you can run the above test...

The longer answer - or things to consider/try:
1. RD can insert a TestMethod for you. The Tes
 
3:26 PM
> Excellent answer. When I get back to computer I will implement it. Getting
close. Fyi, this is the third try of RB. Thanks for your help.

On Sat, Dec 4, 2021, 9:40 AM Brian Zenger ***@***.***> wrote:

> @skorpio07 <https://github.com/skorpio07>
>
> The quick answer is that the attribute ***@***.*** needs to precede the
> Sub declaration. Try editing your test to match the following:
>
> ***@***.***("Uncategorized")
> Private Sub testme()
> Dim x, y
> x = 1
> y = 1
>
> If x = y
 
 
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8:02 PM
> ok, this can be closed (which I will do). got the test module to pass, tested various things. now I need to read (alot) to get up to speed on some of the lingo. do you have any book titles that you could recommend that would cover the concepts in your program?

thanks again
 
8:35 PM
@Duga lol ... no we didn't write any books on RD (yet)
pretty sure none of us actually can find time for that
 
> While there is no book out there (at least to my knowledge), you should find a lot of the information you need on the website (rubberduckvba.com - which should be finishing it's reconstruction any day now :smile:) as well as on the wordpress site where Mathieu (and a few other contributors) blog: rubberduckvba.wordpress.com
 
 
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Both RubberduckWebsite and RubberduckAPI seem to build fine on linux @MathieuGuindon
 
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