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We have a .net exe application for which we have written the unit tests using TypeMock. We use VS2008 and the application targets .net 2.0 runtime. The unit test project targets .net 3.5. We are using Typemock 5.3.

We want to get the coverage report using Ncover, for which the following command is used:

"C:Program FilesTypemockIsolator.3TMockRunner.exe" -first -link NCover "C:Program FilesNCover cover.console.exe" //x "c:coverage.xml" "D:NUnit.4.7in unit-console.exe" "D:TestCodeBuildsUnitTestsinDebugBuildsUnitTests.dll"

Running this command gives the coverage of only the BuildUnitTest code, it doesnot give the coverage of our application code.

Question: What command should we use to get the coverage for the application code?

Note that we use the to get the coverage from within the VS2008 IDE and that gives the coverage of the application code.

Please let me know as soon as possible as we are blocked by this.

asked by vtandasi (1.2k points)

2 Answers

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I am not sure if you need the //pm option with type mock.

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What version of NCover are you using?

Joe Feser
answered by joencover (140 points)
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Hi Vinay

From the Isolator side you should just link with the right version of Ncover.
If you are linked against the right version than as Joe told you it seems like the Ncover support can help you.
answered by ohad (35.4k points)