• Microsoft StyleCop

    Announcing the release of Microsoft StyleCop

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    We are very excited to announce the release of a new developer tool from Microsoft, Source Analysis for C#. This tool is known internally within Microsoft as StyleCop, and has been used for many years now to help teams enforce a common set of best practices...
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    StyleCop 4.4

    StyleCop 4.4 Beta 1 is now available for download from http://stylecop.codeplex.com/ . This release provides full support for C# 4.0 syntax, and also provides integration into VS2010 and VS2008. We plan to leave this release in Beta for the next couple...
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    A Brief History Of C# Style

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    A number of astute developers have noted that the C# code style enforced by Microsoft StyleCop differs in some ways from the style typically seen in sample code coming from the Microsoft Developer Division. For example, the very fine book Framework Design...
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    StyleCop for Visual Studio 2010

    We have just released a new StyleCop BETA which is identical to the previous release except that it adds the ability to integrate into the Visual Studio 2010 shell. After installing this release, you should see the familiar StyleCop menus showing up in...
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    StyleCop 4.3 Is Released

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    The awaited StyleCop 4.3 update is now available. This update includes: Various bugfixes, including fixes for VS integration issues Rules documentation is included and integrated into VS "Show Error Help" New rules (more detail below) Branding...
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    Rule Suppressions

    Starting with StyleCop 4.3.2, it is possible to suppress the reporting of rule violations by adding suppression attributes within the source code. The syntax for these suppressions is similar to that for Visual Studio Code Analysis, or FxCop. For more...
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    Introducing StyleCop on Legacy Projects

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    A number of people have asked for tips on rolling out StyleCop on a large, pre-existing codebase. This can prove challenging, since the tool will typically generate thousands of violations the first time it is run on existing code. For a large solution...
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    StyleCop update 4.3.2.1 is released

    I am pleased to announce that we’re released another build of StyleCop which includes multiple bugfixes as well as one significant new feature, the ability to insert in-code rule suppressions using the same attribute syntax as FxCop Code Analysis. For...
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    Clearing up Confusion

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    There has been some confusion and a few mixed messages coming out of Microsoft since the release of StyleCop, most notably around extensibility support for the tool, and licensing. We've gotten a lot of great feedback from the community, and in the last...
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    StyleCop is going Open Source!

    I am very excited to announce that Microsoft has decided to take StyleCop Open Source under the MS-PL license. Specifically, this means that we will create a new project on CodePlex.com containing the full code base for StyleCop, and all future development...
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    StyleCop update 4.3.1.3 is released

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    We have just released an update to StyleCop 4.3 which contains a number of bugfixes as well as a small number of new features. In particular: Ability to use <include> tags within Xml header documentation to pull docs from external files....
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    StyleCop 4.3 SDK

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    The SDK documentation for StyleCop 4.3 is now available for download, here: https://code.msdn.microsoft.com/Release/ProjectReleases.aspx?ProjectName=sourceanalysis&ReleaseId=1425 This documentation explains how to create and install custom StyleCop...
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    StyleCop Build Integration

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    The following article describes how to integrate StyleCop into the build, so that the tool will run automatically whenever a build is performed: http://blogs.msdn.com/sourceanalysis/pages/source-analysis-msbuild-integration.aspx
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    Future Plans

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    Since the release of StyleCop, many people have pointed out that a number of the rules enforced by the tool could be automatically corrected by the tool, without requiring the developer to do the corrections manually. As you might imagine, this functionality...
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    Property Headers

    By default StyleCop comes with two rules which govern the summary documentation for properties, depending upon the types of accessors contained with the property. For example: /// <summary> /// Gets or sets the name of the customer. /// </summary>...
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