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OpenCover - an open source code coverage tool for .NET
An open source code coverage tool (branch and sequence point) for all .NET Frameworks 2 and above (including Silverlight). Also capable of handling 32 and 64 bit processes. Use ReportGenerator 1.9 for best viewing results (also available via Nuget).
Light-weight cross platform code coverage tool for .Net Core applications.
Extends CoreCover allowing OpenCover reports to be generated.
Dependency required for instrumented assemblies.
ReportGenerator converts XML reports generated by OpenCover, PartCover, dotCover, Visual Studio, NCover, or Cobertura or into human readable reports in various formats. The reports do not only show the coverage quota, but also include the source code and visualize which line has been covered.
Program for sending coverage reports to coveralls.io
coveralls.net - Coveralls.io uploader for .NET Code Coverage
Coveralls.io uploader for .NET Code Coverage. Supports opencover and visual studio's codecoverage.exe on windows, and monocov for mono
Converts OpenCover reports to Cobertura reports.
18,494 total downloads
Codecov global executable uploader for PowerShell and Windows Command Line.
Simple and yet effective script debugging, tracing, coverage, and other tools.
They are designed for any PowerShell host and may be used in the NuGet console
for debugging and testing NuGet and Visual Studio specific scripts.
OpenCodeCoverageFramework is a framework for measurement of test coverage supporting multiple programming languages.
CSharp bindings for Eligible REST APIs
PowerShell tools for various tasks implemented as scripts, mostly standalone.
They are designed for PowerShell v2.0 and v3.0.
Minimalist Code Coverage Tool for .NET Core
A cli dotnet wrapper for OpenCover (requires OpenCover dependancy)
See: https://github.com/watermelonpizza/dotnet-opencover/blob/master/README.md for details.
Command line tool used to measure REST API test coverage. Tool takes StoryLine.Rest tests execution report and compares it to API information stored in Swagger document.