NDepend User Voice

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Thanks – Patrick Smacchia
NDepend Team

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  1. ndepend console should run on .NET Standard for Linux based builders

    We are beginning to move towards linux based builders using a .NET Core environment for our .NET Core projects that are not dependent on windows. Because NDepend is a part of our build process, we cannot run any analysis at build times on the projects that have moved in that direction.

    Make NDepend.Console .NET Core compliant so that it can run on these Linux builders and restore full analysis capability to out builds.

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  2. AppVeyor Integration

    A lot of .NET people are starting to use AppVeyor a lot, it would be pretty awesome if you could integrate with it.

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  3. Provide a Jenkins CI plugin

    Provide a Jenkins CI plugin to integrate NDepend analysis and gather NDepend code metrics from Jenkins CI.

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  4. Add a minimal deployment option for build agents

    Although admittedly NDepend isn't a huge product, it would be helpful if there was a secondary deployment option which was just NDepend.Console.exe and its dependencies. No GUI tools, power tools, integration extensions etc. Just the absolute basics so that you can easy stick it on a build agent or in SCC as part of a tools folder without including stuff that a build agent would never use.

    Of course, this now has its own problems as v7 seems to use an activation model whereas with v6 you could just include the license file to your agents. (Not to mention the…

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  5. A 'Hound' like product for .Net projects

    I recently ran across a new project called 'Hound' http://robots.thoughtbot.com/introducing-hound that help developers fight the smaller code quality issues by commenting on github pull requests. This made me think of NDepend as a Service and would be a nice way to integrate NDepend into my workflow - by simply commenting on offending lines of a pull request a team could start to have an automated way of having the team fix things that might otherwise be missed. I really like how hound talks about removing the 'human' from some of the littler issues.

    I could see this starting out as…

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