So one of the uses of the XamlToolkit is to write FXCop rules for XAML. We provide the Microsoft.Tools.Xaml.FxCop.dll which has some inbuilt XAML rules that you can try out. You could also write new ones by referencing this dll.
One of the queries I got in response to my previous post was how do i get the rules running. So here go the steps
Step1: Install FxCop
Step2: Update FxCop.exe.config (this is located at %ProgramFiles(x86)%\ Microsoft FxCop 1.36) to run on .NET 4
Add the following at the bottom of the file just before the </configuration> tag
Step3: Open FxCop.exe (this is located at %ProgramFiles(x86)%\ Microsoft FxCop 1.36)
Step 4: Load the FxCop rules dll (if you havent created your own you could load the Microsoft.Xaml.Tools.FxCop.dll)
Step 5: Load the targets\Project assembly
Step 6: You are all set. Click the Analyze button and you should see the results of running the rules
When will you support FxCop 10.0?
Thanks for the feedback. We are currently looking into this.