2014.06.30 Installing CssCop skipped VS2012. It correctly detected and installed for VS2010 and VS2013. I can probably get by switching IDE versions as necessary. Puzzling to me. Curious what is the difference and the reason for the gap with VS2012.
Are there any plans to make this more like stylecop where it is more integrated with the build. Basically enabled in the project and automatically runs on building. Configuration for errors vs warnings part of the project settings?
We are just starting to run this tool and really like it, however relying on our entire team to run it manually wont work.
There is the following error when I try to use it:
Microsoft Visual Studio
The parameter is incorrect. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80070057 (E_INVALIDARG))
the installation seemed to good, (I have un-installed and installed again, but nothing changed)
This means that when you open a website from IIS Express (could be http://localhost:1234), then there is a bug in CSSCop that tries to resolve a file name based on the URL of the project. It has been fixed already, but I'm waiting a few days to release the update.
Thanks a lot. It works now.
Is there a place where all the error messages are explained?
For example, I get "You have 2 h2s, 2 h3s defined in this stylesheet." Why is this bad?
Is it possible to enable, disable some errors?
This looks like a great tool. I've passed a file through the csslint.net website which gave great feedback on issues I wasn't aware of. Having this available via VS would be a real bonus. I'm running VS 2010 on XP SP3 and I cannot see why such a simple tool (in terms of requirements) needs IE 9. Any chance the IE 9 dependency could be removed.