So you want to do some unit testing in F#. Should you really use a framework?
The blessing and the curse of it is that there are so many frameworks out there that choosing one takes about as much time as creating one. Besides, what should a unit testing framework do anyway? There are frameworks offering real features such as randomized (QuickCheck) or exhaustive (SmallCheck) testing. On the other hand, frameworks like NUnit and xUnit do not seem to offer much - just bells and whistles such as result reporting and IDE integration. Is it worth it?
To roll our own, throw out everything but the bare bones. No reflection - all tests first class. No randomized / exhaustive testing - simple tests do not need that. Simply spend a few lines to define nice syntax, and start testing. Compile the test assembly to an executable, and run it on every build.