FxCop Runner


Integrates FxCop with VisualStudio 2010 in a way similar to CodeAnalysis.

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by Ajay Saptaputre | February 21 2014


by chwi | October 23 2013

Does not work with Visual Studio 2010 and FxCop 10.0, so it's useless.

by - RJ - | July 18 2013

I couldn't get it to work on Visual Studio 2010 with the latest version of FxCop.

by Joymon | April 26 2013

Good to run the FxCop and code metrix
Would be better if we can run FxCop on file level. I think the FxCop is supporting it.

by Carl Ribbegårdh | January 23 2013


by Matthias Friedrich | June 23 2011

Good work!

by Damjan Koporec | June 11 2011

Great program, it simplifies running fx cop.

by Roman Delaveaux | November 22 2010

It is great. If you integrate a "show error help" feature, I will give 5 stars.

by Steven Wilssens | November 03 2010

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  • File level FxCop running
    2 Posts | Last post April 26, 2013
    • Could you please think of running FxCop on file level. I believe FxCop supports is.
      This is required for the team who got legacy huge code and cannot correct the project in required time spans.
    • Even ready to contribute to file level FxCop run :-) 
  • FxCop 10
    1 Posts | Last post January 23, 2012
    • Hi,
      does your tool support FXCop 10?
  • Support for SuppressMessage-attribute
    1 Posts | Last post June 23, 2011
    • Hi, I really like the tool, but I am missing a feature. I guess the Premium and/or the Ultimate edition of Visual Studio allows to add the SuppressMessage-attribute via the context menu; so, it would be nice, if your extension would support that as well. Just my two cents (-:
  • Integrate "Show Error Help"
    2 Posts | Last post November 23, 2010
    • Your tool is great.
      Can you add a "Show Error Help" feature?
      When I right-click a line in the error list and select "Show Error Help" nothing happens. It would be great if IE opens up with the according help text from MSDN like it works in FxCop GUI.
    • Feature added.
      I am guessing that error description will be opened either in a web browser or in a local instalation of MSDN documentation, depending on what you use for primary documentation source in Visual Studio. However I am unable to test how this works if you have a local copy of MSDN documentation.