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  • Blog Post: Programmatic Code Coverage Data Merging in Visual Studio 2010

    In my last post , I demonstrated how you could use the coverage analysis assembly to analyze coverage files.  Today I will quickly cover how to programmatically merge multiple coverage files together.  This replicates the functionality that the code coverage results tool window has for merging...
  • Blog Post: Programmatic Coverage Analysis in Visual Studio 2010

    As hinted upon in my last post, today’s entry will be on how to programmatically perform analysis on a Visual Studio coverage file in Visual Studio 2010. The first step is to reference the coverage analysis assembly,  Microsoft.VisualStudio.Coverage.Analysis.dll , in your project.  This managed...
  • Blog Post: Code Coverage in Visual Studio 2010

    It’s been far, far too long since I’ve updated my blog, but I wanted to quickly cover what’s new in Visual Studio 2010 for code coverage (Premium and higher SKUs). Almost all of the changes are under the covers, but some are noteworthy: Support for x86-64 instrumentation (native, mixed, and platform...
  • Blog Post: Code Coverage Collection

    By the end of my last post about code coverage instrumentation , we have instrumented our executable image and it's now ready for code coverage collection. Code coverage collection is the process of collecting the runtime data of what functions were covered during test execution. The end result of coverage...
  • Blog Post: Code Coverage Instrumentation

    For my first on-topic blog post, I would like to give an overview of how code coverage instrumentation works in Visual Studio (it seems like a good a place to start as any). For basic information about what code coverage is, check out wikipedia's Code Coverage topic. Code coverage is a feature available...
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