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  • Blog Post: Fun with Code Analysis Rule Sets

    Two weeks ago, I introduced you to Visual Studio 2010 September '08 CTP (Community Technology Preview). This CTP is available as a Virtual PC (VPC) image which can be downloaded at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=129231 . The goal of the Community Technology Preview is to obtain feedback from...
  • Blog Post: Come chat with the Code Analysis team tomorrow

    Join members of the Visual Studio Team System product group to discuss features available in Team Foundation Server, Team Suite, Architecture Edition, Development Edition, Database Edition, and Test Edition. In addition, discuss what's new for these editions for Visual Studio 2008. We will be holding...
  • Blog Post: Code Metrics as Check-in Policy

    This is the first in a series of posts around questions I am getting asked related to code metrics. One question that is coming up is: Can a check-in policy be defined based on code metrics in TFS? Well, code metrics itself does not have a check-in policy but fortunately the Maintainability...
  • Blog Post: New for Visual Studio 2008 - The 'Analyze' menu

    While Ian Huff has already talked about the new 'Developer' menu that has been added to Visual Studio 2008, I thought I would briefly mention some of the changes to it that were made between Beta 2 and RTM. For those that have yet to see this menu, similar to the existing Test menu, we've added a...
  • Blog Post: New for Visual Studio 2008 - Code Analysis Policy improvements

    One not very well known feature that lights up when connected to a Team Foundation Server, is the ability to enforce that Code Analysis be run before every check-in. Called a Code Analysis Policy , this feature allows your team to find and fix Code Analysis warnings earlier in the product cycle rather...
  • Blog Post: TIP: Scope the Code Analysis Policy to apply to specific source control paths/file types

    On the forums, we have had posts from customers who want to customize their code analysis policy to skip certain file types such as .sql, docs etc. This is because the policy will block checkins even though code analysis doesn’t apply to those files.[ See thread: http://forums.microsoft.com/MSDN/ShowPost...
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