NDepend User Voice

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Thanks – Patrick Smacchia
NDepend Team

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  1. Consider XAML during analysis

    Converters are seen as "Dead Code", but most of time, they are used as static resources into XAML. Is there a way to compute it ? Most generally, is it possible with static analysis to make some déductions including XAML code ?

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  2. NCrunch Code coverage integration.

    NCrunch is an absolute must have tool, and it does code coverage very well. i'd like to see a way to get NCrunch Code Coverage data into NDepend.

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  3. Support a generic coverage input format (with documentation)

    While supporting various code coverage output formats is helpful and is ideal from an ease-of-use standpoint, there will always be that one more coverage tool.

    If instead you provide a documented xml(json, whatever) format, then one can transform the output of a coverage tool to that format without waiting for support for the format to be added to NDepend, or the coverage tool can even directly support an NDepend output option.

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  4. Add support for Dotcover excluded code

    NDepend currently doesn't support code excluded from Dotcover test coverage analyses,resulting in discrepant results when Dotcover coverage filters are added. I propose adding support so that NDepend reports the same test coverage as Dotcover when content has been selected for exclusion.

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