I previously wrote about code coverage for automated tests using NCover 1, and then about updating to NCover 3. Now, some years and two major versions later, it’s time to revisit the tool.
Explains why the current NCover is worth purchasing and using over the old free version. Shows how to use the GUI as well as the console interfaces.
This post has been superseded; a newer one is available covering NCover 5. There’s still useful background information here, but go to the newer post for up-to-date application coverage. Introduction This series has carried on for a while now. In the process, I’ve covered setting up and organizing a Subversion repository for code versioning, using […]