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Old August 18th, 2006, 11:42 AM
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Default How to check the source code quality / How to chec


I would like to ask You, how do You check the source code quality and how do You check Your source code on the basis of your coding conventions?
Do You use some special tools or Your own application?
When You are using some tools, then what these tools are testing?
Is it better to run test by daily development or by daily build?


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If i understand you question correctly, it isn't easy to answer. The short answer is... experience. What you may be looking for is a tool that will force your developers to follow a convention. FXCop is good for this. Others are out there as well. I believe FXCop is included with the professional edition of VS2005, but not positive.

Hope this helps!

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