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Categories: Code analysis - Standards verifiers
Latest version: 1.1
Added 2005-11-17Updated 2006-06-05
JustCode! detects errors throughout the current solution in real time, like a background compiler. The code analysis engine is designed to work incrementally in the background. Whenever the code is changed the error results are made available almost immediately so that one can see how changes in a file affect other files.
- Code assistance: on-the-fly error checking of the whole solution; Various status indicators; On-the-fly DLL to source conversion (signature and doc); ...
- Navigation: Find usages; Find sub classes; Find inheritors; ...
- Coding features: code templates; Rename variable, property, method, field, class; Create property on field; Organize usings; ...
- Cross-language code analysis engine: C#, J# and Visual Basic.NET are supported.
- Supports Visual Studio 2003 and 2005.
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Built for .NET 2
Categories: IDEs - IDE add-ins
Latest version: 2.0
Added 2004-12-21Updated 2006-10-04
Multi-language cross-platform IDE for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X.
X-develop targets both the .NET platform and the Java platform. It offers advanced code analysis, project wide on-the-fly error checking, refactoring, smart editing, fast code navigation capabilities and other productivity-boosting features for C#, Java, J# and VB.NET.
Other features include:
- Compatible with Visual Studio .NET 2005 and 2003 projects and solution files
- Uses MSBuild for compilation
- Support for the .NET Framework version 1 and 2 on Windows
- Support for Mono on Linux
- GUI designer: supports Windows Forms 1.0/2.0, GTK#, Swing
- On-the-fly error checking
- Coding assistance
- Code inspections
- Code navigation
- Unit testing: supports NUnit, JUnit, VS Team System, Visual test browser
- Version control system integration: supports CVS, Subversion, Perforce, Visual SourceSafe and Bitkeeper
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