Property Headers

By default StyleCop comes with two rules which govern the summary documentation for properties, depending upon the types of accessors contained with the property. For example: /// <summary> /// Gets or sets the name of the customer. /// </summary> public string Name {     get;     set; } In this example, StyleCop will require that…

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Rule Suppressions

Starting with StyleCop 4.3.2, it is possible to suppress the reporting of rule violations by adding suppression attributes within the source code. The syntax for these suppressions is similar to that for Visual Studio Code Analysis, or FxCop. For more information about Code Analysis suppressions, see the following article: In Source Suppressions Overview. StyleCop rule…

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StyleCop update 4.3.2.1 is released

I am pleased to announce that we’re released another build of StyleCop which includes multiple bugfixes as well as one significant new feature, the ability to insert in-code rule suppressions using the same attribute syntax as FxCop Code Analysis. For more information about rule suppressions, see this blog post: http://blogs.msdn.com/sourceanalysis/archive/2009/08/10/rule-suppressions.aspx This release also fixes an…

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StyleCop update 4.3.1.3 is released

We have just released an update to StyleCop 4.3 which contains a number of bugfixes as well as a small number of new features. In particular: Ability to use <include> tags within Xml header documentation to pull docs from external files. Get accessor in property required to appear before set accessor .generated.cs files ignored by…

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