Monday, February 06, 2006

NCoverExplorer... v1.3

I've just finished putting the finishing touches on the latest release. If you want to download it straight away, you can find it in the locations at the bottom of this post. I believe Jamie Cansdale will be announcing availability of the next release of TestDriven.Net within the next 24 hours or so with this bundled...

What's new? Well as you can see in the screenshot below there's a couple of changes in the treeview. For a start, there is now a new root level node representing the coverage file, giving you a total for coverage of all it's children. In addition by default the coverage is now grouped by module (usually the same as the assembly). Great for large projects...


From a code navigation viewpoint a couple of convenience features have been added. The "Expand Covered" option gives you a quick way to open up all nodes with coverage - useful for if you have just executed TestDriven.Net with "Test with... Coverage" running a small subset of tests.

You can also see an "Edit in VS.Net" option - you can right-click either on the tree or within the source code pane and have your cursor appear at the same place in the source code in your Visual Studio.Net IDE...

A number of other tweaks and enhancements were made (such as reusing the same NCoverExplorer window when run from TestDriven.Net) - you can read the full details in the release notes.

A quick note of thanks to everyone who has blogged, e-mailed or otherwise commented and supported NCoverExplorer. I've got a load of more features on my list to come over the next few weeks (time permitting) - any other ideas are also welcomed either via the blog, the TestDriven.NET Users group
[Update] or preferably FogBugz during our trial over the next 40 days.

Download the latest NCoverExplorer versions from here.

2 Comments:

At February 07, 2006 7:10 PM, Anonymous Tim Haines said...

Hey Grant,

Great to see it progressing. I'll be demoing NCoverExplorer at a User Group meeting today. We've 60 people signed up to come along, so hopefully the NCoverExplorer loving will spread a little more. Keep up the awesome work!

 
At February 07, 2006 7:59 PM, Blogger kiwidude said...

Thanks very much and good luck with the presentation mate - look forward to hearing what feedback you receive!

 

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