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FxCop


Company: Microsoft

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    "Portability"

    by PENG6370 on Nov 10, 2011 1:02 AM

    Summary:
    FxCop directly to your compiled code processing.

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    "Portability a plus!"

    by jowen on Aug 30, 2011 7:11 PM

    Summary:
    The in-suite version of FxCop, Visual Studio’s static analysis tool, has been our standard (as has Visual Studio) for the past three years. We’ve always used the GUI version, though it is nice to know that there is a command line version (both come as part of the suite). The best thing about it is that it checks for portability, so we haven’t had to second guess ourselves when porting from Windows to Windows Phone. We’ll probably start phasing out the in-suite version for the downloadable version in the next few months, as we pilot it to see what extra functionalities we might need.

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