I just put out the first alpha release. As a major upgrade from 1.x to 2.x, this has a number of breaking changes as well as new features. The main changes are summarized here...
The 2.0.0 release is the first major upgrade of the TestCentric Gui.
It includes a number of breaking changes as well as new features.
Significant Gui Changes
* A new Select Agents menu allows the user to choose a non-default
agent when more than one is available for a particular assembly. Users are
now encouraged to think in terms of agents rather than specific settings.
* The ProcessModel and DomainUsage menus have been eliminated.
Significant Engine Changes
* In-process execution of tests and the ProcessModel package setting
are no longer supported. Each test assembly is now run in its own
* The DomainUsage package setting is no longer supported. The runner
itself decides whether an AppDomain should be used when running
on a particular platform.
* All test execution is now performed by agents, which are usually
separate local processes. Agent selection may be automatic or
user-specified using a package setting.
* It is now possible to create "pluggable agents" by use of a new
engine extension point. Currently, this capability is limited to
local process agents, but it is intended to be extended to other
agent types in the future.
* Services are now initialized when they are first accessed through
the service context rather than at startup.
* There is no longer a .NET Standard build of the engine.
* The metadata assembly is now a separate package, which is used
by the engine.
* X86 builds of .Net Core agents are no longer provided, since
they are not needed.
Lots of smaller changes and bug fixes as well. It's a big release, so I expect this to go through several alpha stages before going to beta and final release.