Tuesday, September 07, 2004

Static Analysis

Jason Anderson: Static Analysis with VSTS

Adding Static Analysis to the development process is very simple: Once you compile your code, you use Static Analysis technology to do a more extensive set of checks than what the normal compiler can do


This is an excellent blog about static analysis and VSTS. Jason provides screenshots, walkthroughs, and detailed explanations. A must-read for anyone investigating this portion of VSTS.

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Anonymous Patrick Smacchia said...

Folks interested in FxCop might be interested by the tool NDepend:http://www.NDepend.com

NDepend analyses source code and .NET assemblies. It allows controlling the complexity, the internal dependencies and the quality of .NET code. .

NDepend provides a language (CQL Code Query Language) dedicated to query and constraint a codebase.

It also comes from with advanced code visualization (Dependencies Matrix, Metric treemap, Box and Arrows graph...), more than 60 metrics, facilities to generate reports and to be integrated with mainstream build technologies and development tools.

NDepend also allows to compare precisely different versions of your codebase.

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