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  • Publishing Custom Configured Coding Standards to Your Team

    Introduction CodeIt.Right Enterprise Edition installation package includes two modules for you to choose from - Team Configuration Module and Analysis Module.  The Team Configuration Module (TCM) is tailored for Team Leads and Architects.  With this module installed, you can configure your team guidelines by using profiles that best ...
    Posted to Tutorials (Weblog) by xtab on April 2, 2014
  • XML Comment template: IntelliComment or XML Comment Stub?

    One of the very helpful and important rules that we added in the past few months is the one that finds members that missing XML documents when these are required - General / Type, Member -> Should have XML comments (Externally visible types and members should have XML comments). One of the most frequently asked question about the rule is why ...
    Posted to Tutorials (Weblog) by sergeb on January 28, 2010
  • Tutorial: Extending Existing Rules

    You already know how you can create new custom rules using CodeIt.Right SDK, of not, you may want to read this article first. In this tutorial we will show how to extend existing rules using the new SDK features introduced in CodeIt.Right v1.8.09300. The new technique is to derive the custom rule from a base rule and override only the methods ...
    Posted to Tutorials (Weblog) by sergeb on October 29, 2009
  • Tutorial: Creating Custom Rules

    Revised and amended February 20, 2014  CodeIt.Right ships with a wide range of rule libraries included, but the great thing is that you are not limited to just those.   You can extend the range by doing any or all of the following: Customize your own rule instances using the Profile Editor (link to Rules and Instances) Override ...
    Posted to Tutorials (Weblog) by sergeb on March 16, 2008
 
     
 
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