101 packages returned for Tags:"Analyzer"
Semantic Logging Application Block -
- 297,051 total downloads
- last updated 7/8/2014
- Latest version: 2.0.1406.1
The EventSource Analyzer is part of the Semantic Logging Application Block. It can be incorporated into your automated tests to help validate your EventSource instances.
- 44,187 total downloads
- last updated 12/22/2017
- Latest version: 5.6.0
Analyzers and Code Fixes for Visual Studio 2017 (Roslyn-based). Intended for build integration. If you need Visual Studio integration only, please check out the VSIX (Visual Studio extension) from our Web site.
- 42,441 total downloads
- last updated 9/28/2018
- Latest version: 4.9.1
A convenience package that installs the FakeItEasy Analyzer for both C# and Visual Basic. Clients using FakeItEasy from only one of the two languages should prefer FakeItEasy.Analyzer.CSharp or FakeItEasy.Analyzer.VisualBasic. Provides diagnostic analyzers to warn about incorrect usage of... More information
- 40,336 total downloads
- last updated 7/10/2018
- Latest version: 220.127.116.11
Roslyn based C# heap allocation diagnostic analyzer that can detect explicit and many implicit allocations like boxing, display classes a.k.a closures, implicit delegate creations, etc The code-assist version that integrates with the Visual Studio 2017 IDE is here,... More information
- 17,102 total downloads
- last updated 8/26/2014
- Latest version: 0.2.2
This package includes GPPG 1.5.2 and GPLEX 1.2.2 tools for compiling YACC and LEX source files in your C# project. After installing this package, just type "Add-Parser MyLanguage" into Package Manager Console to add a new parser in your project and then Build. For a working example type... More information
- 14,520 total downloads
- last updated 10/29/2018
- Latest version: 2.0.0
A collection of code fixes for C# compiler diagnostics (CS....), powered by Roslyn. - This package cannot be used with Visual Studio 2015. - This package is dependent on Microsoft.CodeAnalysis.CSharp.Workspaces 2.3.0.
- 10,438 total downloads
- last updated 7/29/2016
- Latest version: 0.1.1.110-alpha
The goal of DaVinci is to help you to write better object-oriented C# code. Better means maintainable, readable and testable code. Because DaVinci's rule are very strict, it's recommended to use DaVinci when you exercise programming (e.g. coding dojo). For the currently supported rules, have a look... More information