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  • Re: GhostDoc First Time Configuration Problem

    Hi I have the same problem, I was kind of hoping to find a solution on the forum, but all I can see is your post. Did you resolve the problem at all? I am running:  - Windows XP Professional SP3  - Visual Studio 2008 version 9.0.30729.1 SP  - Microsoft .Net Framework version 3.5 SP 1  - GhostDoc ...
    Posted to GhostDoc (Forum) by Carrie on June 7, 2010
  • Re: Creating Custom Rule

    Here is the Check method for the custom rule that should get you started: public override bool Check(IElementInfo element) { IMethodInfo methodInfo = element as IMethodInfo; if (methodInfo != null) { IMethod method = CodeElementFactory.GetMethod(methodInfo); if (method != null) { ExpressionCollection ...
    Posted to CodeIt.Right (Forum) by sergeb on May 5, 2010
  • Problem applying Rule ID: GL00001 to Enum.ToString()

    Hi, I'm doing an Enum.ToString() invocation and CIR analysis reports that I should use Enum.ToString(IFormatProvider). The problem is that Enum.ToString(IFormatProvider) and Enum.ToString(format, IFormatProvider) are decored with Obsolete attribute and should not be used. I thing that all Obsolete methods shouldn't be electable for this ...
    Posted to CodeIt.Right (Forum) by NunoGomes on April 23, 2010
  • Community: CodeIt.Right and CruiseControl.NET; File Header Template for StyleCop

    We are added 2 new community contributions to our Tutorials page. Paulo Morgado posted a great template for CodeIt.Right Code File Header correction action that automatically generates file header compliant with StyleCop Rules. You can find the template source in Paulo's blog post CodeIt.Right Code File Header Template For StyleCop ...
    Posted to SubMain Blog (Weblog) by Anonymous on April 6, 2010
  • Released: CodeIt.Right v1.9.10053

    Today we released update for CodeIt.Right Standard and Enterprise Editions - v1.9.10053. As part of our 2010 Product Roadmap, this version changes include significantly improved performance, support for GlobalSuppressions, new rules and bug fixes. New in CodeIt.Right v1.9.10053: Major performance improvements throughout the ...
    Posted to SubMain Blog (Weblog) by Anonymous on February 25, 2010
  • 2010 Product Roadmap

    Code Quality developer tools is the direction we've been following since the introduction of CodeIt.Right and we are taking this commitment to the next level in 2010 with two new products and new features for our existing products.  One of the new products to be released in 2010 will assist in unit testing, code coverage and test code ...
    Posted to SubMain Blog (Weblog) by Anonymous on February 23, 2010
  • 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
  • Released: CodeIt.Right Enterprise v1.9.09355

    New version of CodeIt.Right Enterprise Edition - build 1.9.09355 - is available for download now. This version introduces new feature Merge Profiles that allows to compare and merge user configured profiles, enhances VSTS integration with the new ''Add WorkItem'' feature, adds command line version parameters and ability to ...
    Posted to SubMain Blog (Weblog) by Anonymous on December 22, 2009
  • Re: NA00003: AvoidLanguageSpecificTypeNamesInParameters

    Good catch, Paulo! Shall the rule trigger violation for callbackObject parameter? No, it shouldn't. And yes, it should. The triggered violation in this particular case is somewhat arbitrary. But ultimately the MS guidelines are very clear on this - "Avoid using language-specific types name in parameters and members and data type ...
    Posted to CodeIt.Right (Forum) by sergeb on December 7, 2009
  • Feature request: Support for "Sentences" in names

    Hi,   I like to write my unit test names in the format: <Subject>_<Scenario>_<ExpectedResult>() Which gives me test names such as: StringParser_GivenAnEmptyString_ReturnsNull()    Which I believe is quite a common pattern to use.  However GhostDoc doesn't make a very good job of these, ...
    Posted to GhostDoc (Forum) by azd_lowry on December 2, 2009
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