FxCop in Auld Reekie (Edinburgh, Scotland) [Michael Murray]

Craig Murphy will be doing a presentation on FxCop for the Scottish Developers User Group on Wednesday Feb. 25.  He will be providing an overview of FxCop and the .NET Design Guidelines using C# and Delphi 8.  More information can be found here: http://www.scottishdevelopers.com/modules/agendax/index.php?op=view&id=13    

FAQ: Why does FxCop generate violations against itself? [Michael Fanning]

We recently received a question regarding why FxCop violations occur against itself. This topic has already been partly covered by http://weblogs.asp.net/fxcop/archive/2004/01/08/48853.aspx but since there are a few FxCop-specific details for this variant of the question, I thought I’d post some additional comments. —–Original Message—–From: <MS Consultant> Sent: Tuesday, February 10, 2004 12:39 PMTo: FxCop TeamSubject: FxCop turned…


What’s In The New Version Of FxCop [Michael Fanning]

As mentioned in previous blog and bulletin board posts, we’re in the final weeks of testing a new update to FxCop. This is a very significant update and I thought I’d post some information on what to expect in the release.   No more locks on assemblies or pdbs   FxCop uses a new, thread-safe,…


Code Analysis of Microsoft Assemblies [Michael Fanning]

For the (real) inaugural post, Michael Fanning explains why some shipped Microsoft managed assemblies have fxcop violations, a very good question. It’s also a good insight into how we use FxCop internally at MS. —–Original Message—– From: <An FxCop User>Sent: Thursday, January 08, 2004 2:49 AMSubject: Code Analysis of Microsoft assemblies Guys Whilst were very keen…