.NET tools, components, libraries and add-ins [NEW] My favorites| sign in | create your account  
ASP.NET hosting
Advertise here! Contact us to know the options

Code analysis - Standards verifiers

Display options and filters
Sort by:
Built for .NET
Built for the Compact Framework
Free or free version available
Built for .NET 2
Built for Mono
Source code provided
Built for .NET 4
Library
Sold as a service
Built for Silverlight
Add-in
Discontinued

DevPartner Fault Simulator

Categories: Code analysis - Standards verifiers, Testing

Author: Compuware

Latest version: 1.0
Added 2005-08-09

Provides support for testing error handlers, creating a repeatable environment for proactively analyzing and debugging application error-handling code.
DevPartner Fault Simulator uses fault simulation to emulate real-world application errors.

Features include:
- Safe fault simulation: A .NET Framework fault can be simulated either on a line of code or independent of location. Developers can also simulate an environmental failure in the target application. Properties, parameters and conditions associated with every fault make it possible to further refine the simulation.
- Reports: Display information about the faults being simulated and how they are being handled as the simulation is taking place. Also provides results about the error handling in the application code upon completion of the simulation. This includes a description of the fault, the current call stack and an error-handler stack for each instance simulated. Simulation results may be saved for later analysis.
- User education: The areas in source code where faults can be simulated are highlighted. Additionally, developers can select a line of code within Visual Studio .NET and allow DevPartner Fault Simulator to identify the list of exceptions that can be simulated at that location. This helps you to understand what faults your code must be built to handle.
- Visual Studio .NET integration

Built for .NET
Built for .NET
Add-in
Add-in
Discontinued
Discontinued

CLRxLint

Categories: Code analysis - Standards verifiers

Author: Software4net

Latest version: 1.0
Added 2003-05-20

Checked exception verifier.
With support for any CLR-based languages including C#, VB.NET and Managed C++, CLRxLint introduces the concept of checked exception for the .NET platform. CLRxLint allows developers to declare checked exceptions in an assembly, define methods, delegates or properties with pre-declared checked exceptions and later verify the contract between checked exceptions and methods.
CLRxLint verifier works through decompilation of assemblies into MSIL code, further analyzing MSIL code and tracing error and warnings back to source code.

Built for .NET
Built for .NET
Discontinued
Discontinued

DotEASY

Categories: Code analysis - Standards verifiers

Latest version: Alpha 2
Added 2003-05-20

Visual Studio .NET add-in that evaluates C# source code and performs "advices" in order to improve software quality.
The configuration and programming of the "advices" is invisible to the developer, the tool's final user, who only requests for code evaluation. A new "advice" can be created defining metrics, thresholds and optionally programming validation classes and execution classes to automatically modify the code. The export and import capabilities allow one person to create an "advice", which can be configured and exported, so it can be used by many other people.

Built for .NET
Built for .NET
Add-in
Add-in
Free or free version available
Free or free version available
Discontinued
Discontinued
Ignore this
Advertise here! Contact us to know the options
Help the .NET community get a consensus on great tools. Display your favorite tools on your own website or on your blog.
Keep track of your favorite tools. Build your personal watch list.
Advertise here! Contact us to know the options
Non-discontinued tools
Hosted by Arvixe
part of the metaSapiens network: metaSapiens | .NET Jobs | Fabrice's weblog | .NET tools | Java tools | Dynamics AX tools | Tuneo | LINQ book | MapShares | BD ind?pendante | Parking partag?