NDepend User Voice

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NDepend Team

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  1. Make possible to define groups of assemblies

    This would be especially handy to see dependencies between groups of assemblies in the matrix or in the graph. Groups of assemblies could be also useful for grouping code elements in rules or query results.

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    • Add support for dependency cycles detection for the code using dependency injection

      Currently if code is made using dependency injection NDepend fails to detect cyclic dependencies. Sample code:

      public interface Interface1
      {
      void Foo();
      };

      public interface Interface2
      {
      void Bar();
      };

      public class MyClass1 : Interface1
      {
      private Interface2 _interface2;
      public MyClass1(Interface2 interface2)
      {
      _interface2 = interface2;
      _interface2.Bar();
      }

      void Interface1.Foo()
      {
      }
      }

      public class MyClass2 : Interface2
      {
      private Interface1 _interface1;
      public MyClass2(Interface1 interface1)
      {
      _interface1 = interface1;
      _interface1.Foo();
      }

      public void Bar()
      {
      }
      }

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