by Shaun Wilde

OpenCover is a free and open source code coverage tool for .NET applications.

Operating system: Windows

Publisher: Shaun Wilde

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Last revision: Last week

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OpenCover is an open-source code coverage tool for .NET applications. It is designed to provide detailed information about code coverage in any .NET application, including desktop, web and mobile applications. With an easy to use GUI, OpenCover provides comprehensive metrics on the coverage of unit tests, integration tests and system tests.

OpenCover allows for easy and accurate tracking of code coverage across a range of platforms.

• Easy to use GUI: OpenCover comes with an intuitive graphical user interface (GUI) that allows users to easily view, filter, and analyze test coverage results.

• Comprehensive Reporting: OpenCover provides comprehensive metrics on the coverage of unit tests, integration tests and system tests.

• Flexible Analysis: OpenCover allows users to filter and analyze coverage by source code line, branch, method and class.

• Cross-Platform Support: OpenCover supports .NET applications on Windows, Linux and Mac OS X.

• Automation Support: OpenCover can be used with automated tools such as Continuous Integration (CI) servers to provide consistent coverage results.

• Extensibility: OpenCover supports extensibility through custom plugins.

• Low Overhead: OpenCover is designed to have a low overhead and can be used to measure code coverage in production environments.

• Code Instrumentation: OpenCover can instrument applications to measure code coverage.

• Visualization: OpenCover can generate visual representations of test coverage to make it easier to analyze results.

• Integration with Popular IDEs: OpenCover can be integrated with popular IDEs such as Visual Studio and Eclipse.

• Source Code Analysis: OpenCover can be used to analyze source code for potential problems.

• Open Source: OpenCover is an open-source project released under the Apache License 2.0.
OpenCover is a free and open source code coverage tool for .NET, which means it does not have any specific hardware or software requirements. It should run on any system with .NET 4.0 or higher and it supports both 32-bit and 64-bit Windows operating systems.
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Muhammad R.

OpenCover is a great tool for developers who need to measure the code coverage of their projects. It is easy to set up and use. The tool has a friendly user interface and is highly customizable. I have been using OpenCover for a while now and find it very helpful. It is great that the tool supports multiple platforms including .NET, Silverlight and Windows Phone. The reports generated are easy to understand and well-structured. OpenCover is also quite fast, making it an ideal choice for large projects. The support for branch coverage is also an added plus.
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Christopher Cossentino

OpenCover is a great tool for getting an overview of a projects test coverage - it's definitely worth checking out if you're looking for a easy way to visualise your unit test coverage.
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