I fixed some of the quality issues with this question, but following this it was closed as "not constructive".
What is not constructive about this topic? The reason states,
As it currently stands, this question is not a good fit for our Q&A format. We expect answers to be supported by facts, references, or specific expertise, but this question will likely solicit debate, arguments, polling, or extended discussion. If you feel that this question can be improved and possibly reopened, see the FAQ for guidance.
...however, I don't see how this applies in any way to:
I need a tool for generating unit tests in MonoDevelop/.Net. I've tried NUnit, but it doesn't generate the tests. In eclipse, the plug-in randoop does this (except for it targets Java and JUnit)
Is there anything that can do this in MonoDevelop and/or for .Net?
Debate? No, the criteria are pretty straight forward - it needs to generate unit tests in MonoDevelop.
Arguments? How? Either a tool does or it does not!
Polling? Ok, maybe - you could conceivably end up with a list of unit-test generators for MonoDevelop, ranked by popularity.
Extended discussion? HA! If anything, the reverse is more likely - I'd worry more about simple links as answers than lengthy back-and-forth.
So... We got polling as, perhaps, a stretch reason for closing. Since there's no evidence of that in the answers (no answers at all...) I find it hard to be worried about this.
Please, either help me understand what I'm missing here... Or vote to re-open!