NDepend User Voice
Welcome to the NDepend User Voice page. Let us know what you would like to see in future versions of NDepend. This site is for suggestions and ideas. If you need to report a bug, please send us an email at email@example.com
We look forward to hearing from you!
Thanks – Patrick Smacchia
6 results found
Make it easier to update the software
Why should we have to download anything to update the software? Provide us a button to click to perform an Update.3 votes
Be able to run R# "refactor"-commands based a NDepend query result
Query code base in order to modify.
ReSharper is best in facilitating refactoring.
NDepend is best in facilitating code analysis and locating pieces of code.
Solution: integrate the ReSharper and NDepend in any suitable way.1 vote
Highlight the IDE's currently selected method, class, and assembly in NDepend views
I'd love it if the Visual Studio add-in would highlight the location of the visual studio editor in the various NDepend views - particularly the code metrics tree map. I'd love to see where I am in code as I'm actively editing C# or VB .NET code.3 votes
Better support for QHD displays in Visual Studio Plugin
When running ndepend on QHD display (e.g. 3200*1600), some screens have too small controls/content. E.g. Dependency Matrix, Dashboard3 votes
Show rules violated by code elements in VS code editor and update status live
A visual indicator indicates in the VS code editor for each code element (method, field, type, namespace) if it violates one or several rules.
From this visual indicator it is possible to jump to the code rule(s) violated)
The rule status would be updated asynchronously after 2 to 5 seconds (depending on the size of the code base) each time the user types and reach a compilable status.0 votes
Integrate deeper with Code Edition panel in VS
Actually the code element right clicked is inferred from the method body, type body, namespace body where the right-click occur. Provide a finer inference of the code element right clicked based on symbol names right-clicked (like if a type name in a method signature is right clicked, infer the type instead of the method).2 votes
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