Alternatively why not try the nuget package (this is the most popular).
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Dropbox is very useful for sharing files Dropbox
You will need:
- Visual Studio VS2012 with C# and C++
- WiX 3.7 (http://wix.codeplex.com/releases/view/99514)
- Specflow (http://visualstudiogallery.msdn.microsoft.com/9915524d-7fb0-43c3-bb3c-a8a14fbd40ee)
All other software should be included with this repository.
NANT scripts (encapsulated by the build.bat file) are used to build the project outside visual studio and will run all unit tests.
To build the code in 32-bit Debug mode just run Build in the root of the project folder.
To build a release package including installer, zip and nuget packages use
The OpenCover team is trying out using Atlassian Bamboo for automated building. It runs a staged equivalent of
and stores all the information about tests, coverage and other build artefacts; you can use these builds if you want to be 'cutting' edge but support will be limited.
The current OpenCover coverage (found by dogfooding OpenCover on its own tests) can be viewed here
The nodejs application used to store and display the results can also be found on Github - https://github.com/sawilde/metrics-store
For viewing the output from OpenCover start here.
No Git? Don't worry you can download the latest code as a zip file.
Was using AgileZen (which I quite liked) but the maintenance of an online board (for 1 person, me) vs the card wall (in office) got monotonous for no real gain.
I would like to thank
- the guys at CodeBetter, Devlicious and Los Techies who arranged my MSDN licence,
- the NextGenUG and their free swag from where I got lots of useful tools,
- JetBrains for my Open Source ReSharper licence,
- Atlassian for my Open Source Bamboo licence,
- NDepend for my NDepend licence.
I'd also like to thank my employers, colleagues and friends for all their support.