JetBrains has released a major update to its .NET code coverage tool, dotCover 2.0, which lets developers see how thoroughly their applications are covered with unit tests. With this update, dotCover now includes its own unit test runner that supports several unit testing frameworks such as MSTest, NUnit, xUnit, and MSpec.
"Monitoring how your code is tested is a great way to detect risk and [is] a best practice for delivering high-quality applications to your customers,” said Ruslan Isakiev, dotCover lead developer. "Now you can stay on top of this with dotCover 2.0—an all-in-one tool for running unit tests, analyzing code coverage results, and improving tests if needed."
Along with a bundled unit test runner, the latest update includes integration with the Visual Studio 2012 Release Candidate (RC), as well as integration for Visual Studio 2005, 2008, and 2010. In addition, dotCover 2.0 filters against irrelevant code based on specific attributes.
A commercial license of dotCover 2.0 is available for $199 per seat and includes one full year of upgrades for new releases. To learn more about dotCover 2.0 or to download a free trial, visit JetBrains' product page.
JetBrains' dotCover 2.0