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.NET Code Coverage in Two Clicks

If you have ever dealt with .NET code coverage for NUnit tests, you surely know that it is quite a tricky thing to configure: you need to read docs to properly set up launching a command line coverage tool in your build script; read more docs and configure how reports should be gathered; then read docs again and specify all the needed arguments to be passed… well, not a task anyone would like to deal with.

Now imagine that you can forget all that tangled routine and spend more time doing whatever you like. That’s because starting with TeamCity 5.0 configuring coverage execution with NUnit becomes easy as pie.

All you need to do is to select the preferred coverage tool when creating or editing Build ConfigurationNCover and PartCover are at your disposal; and specify its parameters. That’s it!

Just a few clicks to make TeamCity automatically add necessary arguments to NUnit tests, and ensure you’ll be able to view the results in the TeamCity. Enjoy!

Code Coverage Results

Code Coverage Results

Code Coverage Summary

Code Coverage Summary

Coverage Graph

Coverage Graph

Sincerely,
JetBrains TeamCity team.

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