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Visual Studio Extension #1063

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szehetner opened this Issue Feb 11, 2019 · 6 comments

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szehetner commented Feb 11, 2019

I have started to build a Visual Studio extension to explore and run benchmarks: https://github.com/szehetner/BenchmarkDotNet-VS-Runner

Benchmark Runner Window

The idea is to have a UnitTest-runner-like UI that just starts BenchmarkDotNet with the right command line parameters. It's not quite finished yet, but the basic workflow is there.

Feedback welcome!

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omariom commented Feb 15, 2019

Great idea!

Would be convenient to have a tab with results in datagrid so I can sort (or even group) by any columns.

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szehetner commented Feb 15, 2019

Good idea, this shouldn't be hard to add. szehetner/BenchmarkDotNet-VS-Runner#1

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mantzas commented Feb 19, 2019

Visual studio code would be nice too...

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szehetner commented Feb 19, 2019

Yes, but the extension model for VS Code is completely different to Visual Studio, so this would basically be a re-implementation. Which also makes it a task for somebody with a lot more VS Code experience.

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mantzas commented Feb 20, 2019

@szehetner should i open another ticket? Maybe someone might jump at the chance to do this...

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szehetner commented Feb 24, 2019

@mantzas Sure, maybe somebody elso will pick it up.

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