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CoverageEye.NET

Categories: Code coverage

Author: Stuart Richardson

Latest version: 2.0
Added 2004-12-22

Windows application that analyzes managed assemblies and reports information about the IL instructions that have been executed as a result of executing that assembly.
At the core of CoverageEye.Net is a COM component that was written to work against the .NET profiling API. CoverageEye can be automated to work against your build process and provide code coverage percentages for your assemblies. It works at an IL level, so it works with all .NET languages. CoverageEye also color codes your source code so you can view which lines have been executed. Source code is not needed to run the tool. If source code is not available, you still get coverage information for your assemblies.
The tool can be integrated into test suites and daily builds. It does not require a special build of the code, and works against release assemblies.

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