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Thanks – Patrick Smacchia
NDepend Team

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  1. Ability to analyze NuGet packages

    There are currently project types for analyzing a project/solution and for analyzing a folder full of assemblies.

    Much of my work lately has been in creating smaller, standalone "framework" sorts of packages on an internal NuGet feed that different applications can consume. There isn't "a master project" that has all of these packages working together; instead it's different combinations of the packages.

    I'd like to be able to analyze all of these packages in a single report without having to either manually download them all or create a "fake" project just for the sake of referencing them.

    One way to…

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    • Support for Web Sites (WebForms/MVC)

      At this moment it is not intuitive and very hard to analyze Web sites with ndepend will be very nice if I could get site analyzed in few button clicks

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      • Reference VS solutions from the NDepend Project > Code to Analyze

        In addition to references assemblies to analyze from NDepend project, make possible to reference also one or several VS solutions. Assemblies could then be resolved from a defined VS solutions configuration. Also a filter by name system would be handy to filter for example tests assemblies from the VS solutions.

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        • Add support for .NET Core packaged application analysis

          When .NET Core assemblies and applications are built and packaged using dotnet CLI (e.g., "dotnet pack") the build output isn't a folder full of assemblies the way it was in classic .NET - it's a NuGet .nupkg file with the assembly (or full application) inside.

          In the case of applications, this includes not only the entry point (e.g., "MyApplication.exe") but also any dependent assemblies required to make the app run. That even means all of the base framework assemblies ("System.Collections.dlll") - there is no reference to any installed .NET Framework. The dotnet CLI and runtime take care of that and…

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          • Define the first Analysis Result of a Project as a baseline for further Analysis Results

            Define the first Analysis Result of a Project as a baseline for further Analysis Results (not applicable to Temporary projects)

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