Code Inspection: Console output in Xunit tests
Output of unit tests is often printed using
Console.WriteLine. However, this may not work correctly with xUnit.net 2.x, because parallelization is turned on by default there. Instead, as the xUnit.net documentation suggests, you should use
ITestOutputHelper to capture test output.
ReSharper will warn you about usages of
Console.WriteLine inside Fact methods and suggest a quick-fix that will convert these usages to instances of