Code Contracts for .NETFree
Code Contracts are static library methods used from any .NET program to specify the code’s behavior. Runtime checking and static checking tools are both provided for taking advantage of contracts.
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Guys, these extensions are appreciated more than you'll ever know. YOU are unsung heroes. This pattern will no doubt grow across all aspects in computing. You have allowed us to prevent* bugs at code-time, *before* unit testing...
Please, please, please make a version for Visual Studio 2015!
Great tool. Please let us know when to expect a V2015 version.
Great but please update this for Visual Studio 2015 as soon you can.
There's a NuGet package of standalone version of CodeContracts for MSBuild (could be used for CI such as Azure Kudu) - http://www.nuge
This is a great project but I'm affected by the installer issues, too - after all four or five installations since the first time I installed CodeContracts I had to clean up the
hmmm I saw the problems with installation on one of my machine too. Updating to VS2013 v4 solved the issue.
Installer frequently breaks between versions. You'd think "Research in Software Engineering" could figure out how to build a working installer. It doesn't build a lot of confidence, really. Its benefits aren't worth my struggles in updating it or dealing with how it occasionally breaks VS.
Full of great promise. Unfortunately it doesn't deliver. Static code analysis does absolutely nothing in VS2013 and the documentation is so inconsistent with the UI that it's impossible to work out where the problem may lie.
Same problem. VS2013 is completely unusable even after uninstalling Code Contracts again. All kinds of stock VS functionality (like the Solution Explorer) doesn't load anymore.
My VS2013 don't start after update with V 1.7.10908.11 and devenv /resetsettings don't works also.
Please, add support for VS 14
The upgrade problems from version 1.5 to 1.6 seam to exist when upgrading from 1.6.60617.15 to 1.7.10908.11 as well.
This tool enhances code quality and stability so much that it's really worth the longer build time.
As some others reported, great concept but I am stuck with 1.5 on VS2013 as well. Duh.
Anywhere to get the older versions?
I decided to give it another try after last used in VS2010.