How about a Test Coverage Plug-in?

Hey folks,

I have been using R#4.0 with xUnit in the IDE and NCover outside the IDE. It would be really nice if there were a way to see the coverage inside the IDE with linked coverage and source.

Are any of y'all working on something like this? I am looking into building a VS plug-in but I think I'll need the Open API too. Looks like the published Open API is only up to R# 3.0 though.

Comments?

Thanks - Jon

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I seem to remember this question being asked back in the days of Resharper v2. The answer at the time was that Jetbrains were working on a code coverage tool of their own, so there was no need for adding a plugin to support something like NCover.

Lack of code coverage support in Resharper is the main reason why I still use TestDriven.NET, as it supports NCover out of the box. Come on Jetbrains, give us our coverage!

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Lack of code coverage support in Resharper is the main reason why I

> still use TestDriven.NET, as it supports NCover out of the box.

And its the main reason for me to stick with CruiseControl.Net instead
of TeamCity. If TeamCity had coverage analysis for .NET out of the box
we may switch.

> Come on Jetbrains, give us our coverage!

+1

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Actually, I have NCover working with Xunit in TeamCity (NAnt build), so that's not a problem for me.

It puts a nice coverage tab on the successful build page. Easy.

Now if only I could see the coverage from within the IDE...

Jon

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Well it's possible, that's not the problem. The problem is that you have
to fiddle with xml files. I had to do that in CruiseControl.Net also.

Jonathan Harley schrieb:

Actually, I have NCover working with Xunit in TeamCity (NAnt build), so that's not a problem for me.

It puts a nice coverage tab on the successful build page. Easy.

Now if only I could see the coverage from within the IDE...

Jon

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Would definitely like to see this too - the absence of this feature is making Resharper a hard sell, as we probably won't get approval for both Resharper and TD.Net, and we do need test coverage.

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