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Christmas is only a few days away and we’ve decided to celebrate it a little earlier by releasing not one, but all three of our main .NET tools: ReSharper 6.1, dotCover 1.2 and dotTrace 4.5.2 Performance. ReSharper 6.1 As covered … Continue reading
I’ve previously blogged about the possibilities of running code coverage using the dotCover console runner. You can find the Simple Coverage post here and the more Advanced post here. In dotcover 1.1.1 we made some changes to the console runner … Continue reading
dotCover 1.1.1 and dotTrace Performance 4.5.1 have been released! dotCover 1.1.1 Despite the minor revision number, dotCover 1.1.1 introduces a ton of new features in the release. ReSharper 6 Integration With the recent release of ReSharper 6, we’ve been working … Continue reading
One of the main benefits of Code Coverage is that it allows us to detect certain areas, branches or lines of code that are not covered during a test run, which could lead to potential issues in production. We often … Continue reading
In an earlier post, we saw how to use dotCover in simple scenarios, whereby we have a single unit test project for which we want to obtain coverage reports on. There are times however, when this is not the case; … Continue reading
As of the beta* of dotCover, we included a Console runner to run coverage using the command line, allowing for instance, setup of dotCover in a Continuous Integration environment. Let’s see how it works. *To get all these features in … Continue reading
In this short screencast you can see the basics of dotCover and how to get up and running in a matter of minutes.
dotCover allows us to run coverage analysis on our code. However, there are times when we do not want to perform an analysis on certain areas. This could be our test assemblies, certain third-party assemblies or even specific parts of … Continue reading
One of the new features dotCover has added is the ability to find tests that cover a certain piece of code. Something remotely similar has been available in ReSharper, although it has been kind of an archaic solution (i.e. Find … Continue reading
A while ago we introduced Structural Search and Replace, a new powerful feature in ReSharper 5 that lets you search for custom code patterns and replace them with other patterns, facilitating batch removal (or improvement) of stinky code. We were … Continue reading