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This README gives some details about Nunit tests and samples for System.Drawing classes. Following is the directory structure for the tests and samples: Test/ (all the nunit test classes go here) System.Drawing System.Drawing.Drawing2D System.Drawing.Imaging System.Drawing.Printing System.Drawing.Text Samples/ (all the samples go here) General (samples that affect more than a single area of SD) System.Drawing System.Drawing.Drawing2D System.Drawing.Imaging System.Drawing.Printing System.Drawing.Text Please note the directory structure given above is based on System.Drawing namespaces. Advice for writing System.Drawing tests/samples =============================================== Tests are Nunit test classes and follow general Nunit test guidelines. When you write a new test class, you need to add it to System.Drawing_test.dll.sources file. Please follow the alphabetical order while adding the name of your test class. Samples are independent C# programs with a Main method. Samples are supposed to solve two purposes. First, samples expose the bugs that are not captured by Nunit tests. To achieve this, it is advisable not to repeat the code in a test and a sample for any class until unless required. Second, samples help System.Drawing users in understanding System.Drawing components as well as in writing System.Drawing applications. Writing too trivial samples for well known classes might not be really helpful for the users. It is better to write a sample to solve a particular problem.