Sorry for not getting back to you for ages!
Tried downloading and compiling for Silverlight 4 but gave up as it was too complex: StoryQ depends on Flit which depends on Irony. Each one requires building with SL4.
So I remembered this 'hack'. Here are my notes to the rest of the team:
StoryQ is a single DLL that allows a developer to express tests in BDD (Behaviour Driven Development) form.
The developer still continues to use NUnit, but each test method will now contain StoryQ calls.
The StoryQ.dll we have in 3rdParty is compiled against the .NET 3.5 Framework - not Silverlight.
That means that from a Silverlight project, VS will not allow you to add a reference to it
interactively (from within the IDE).
However, you can do it manually by following the steps below.
In the VS 2010 IDE:
1. Unload your DEV / TEST project (right click > Unload project)
2. Edit it (right click > edit)
3. Add these references to the other references:
4. Reload the project (right click > reload)
Note that ATM (October 2010) ReSharper 5.1 inserts some squiggles into the editor - ignore them for now
as the code will compile and run happily.
I have done this and am using it happily with NUnit 2.5.5.
PS. You can use exactly the same technique with NUnit:
In the IDE:
1. Unload your project
2. Edit it.
3. Add this reference to the other references:
4. Reload the project.