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Support Coverage of Windows Store Applications on Windows 8 #144

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sawilde opened this Issue Feb 4, 2013 · 4 comments

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syeds-git commented Jun 17, 2015

Hi, does this mean that it does not support the Windows Phone 8.1 apps yet? If it does then can you please answer this question? Thanks

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sawilde commented Jun 17, 2015

nope - the profiler will only run on windows OS as it uses native c++ and the profiler API - you can however profiler your libraries on windows if you use Portable Class Libraries and run your tests locally.

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uqmessias commented Dec 11, 2015

@syeds-git, did you do the code coverage with opencover?
I'm having the same issue.

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andresvettori commented Sep 2, 2016

I think support for Universal (Windows 10) Apps development would benefit a lot from support from a tool like this one. Currently VS2015 doesn't support calculating code coverage, although it does support unit tests for UWP Apps.

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