The list below is what considered to be a best practice by Typemock staff.
Problem: Referencing Typemock from the installation directory can cause build errors by building a test project on a machine where
Typemock is installed in a different location.
1. Using Typemock Isolator from NuGet:
In "Visual Studio" select the "Tools" tab.
Select "NuGet Package Manager"
Select "Package Manager Console"
Type "Install-Package Typemock.Isolator" and press "Enter".
If you don't have NuGet Console on your Visual Studio or if there's no internet connection use the Typemock assemblies
2. Check-In Typemock assemblies in the repository and referencing them:
Create PublicAssemblies Directory in "<repository>\Typemock\"
Create Isolator<version> in "<repository>\Typemock\PublicAssemblies\" for each Isolator version that you use.
Copy the following files to the directory with corresponding version:
In order to use IntelliSense, add the following files to the folders where the dlls are stored:
By default, these files are located at "<Typemock installation folder>\PublicAssemblies\"
Change the references in your test projects to their new location in "<repository>\Typemock\PublicAssemblies\Isolator<version>"