NCoverExplorer is a ASP.NET script for Development Tools scripts design by kiwidude.
It runs on following operating system: Windows.
Publisher review: NCoverExplorer allows you to open a coverage.xml file produced by NCover and navigate the source code. This tool allows you to open a coverage.xml file produced by NCover and navigate the source code. The source code is highlighted to clearly show which statements were visited and not visited. You can filter, sort and report on the coverage results.NCoverExplorer has been tested with both NCover 1.3.3 and up to the latest NCover 1.5.7. It will NOT work with NCover 1.4.6. Note that NCover 1.5.x only works with .NET 2.0 and requires at least NCoverExplorer 1.3.5 and/or a TestDriven.Net build > 2.0.1786 due to a limitation in NCover or else you will get duplicate nodes in your coverage results. My solution I used at work was a combination of NAnt and NAntRunner (the VS.Net add-in) to perform something similar. I have NAnt tasks to: - Perform the build. - Execute NCover while running unit tests (either all unit tests or those for a specific fixture using the /fixture feature of NUnit). - Launch NCoverExplorer displaying the output coverage.xml file. As of NCoverExplorer 1.3.5 you now have another option. There is now an included GUI for running NCover directly from within NCoverExplorer and displaying the results.VSTS features of unit testing and code coverage will only be included with the premium bundles of the Visual Studio product range - and as such will most likely be priced above what many developers and businesses are prepared to pay. For "everyone else" in the market it would seem likely that they will continue to utilise open source alternatives. Even if you are one of the fortunate developers who can afford VSTS, it still must be measured feature-wise against the open source alternatives which in a lot of cases have now been established for many years. Developers and managers will weigh up for themselves how important those features are as well as other factors such as Microsoft support etc. The nice thing for many of us is that we have a choice... Operating system: Windows
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