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How to Suppress Gendarme Defects?


How to Suppress Gendarme Defects?

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How to Suppress Gendarme Defects?
Tag : development , By : new Blackberry devel
Date : January 10 2021, 01:57 PM


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Gendarme Rules Customisation


Tag : development , By : chintown
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix this issue To answer my own question:
Specifying the rules explicitly as I outlined above is the correct way to customise the rules list, the reason I was getting a different number of results back was because the "default" rule set in Gendarme leaves out scanning for Code Smells, once I added this scan to the default list, the defect totals matched.

How to suppress specific Gendarme rules at project or assembly level


Tag : .net , By : Nate Bedortha
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hop of those help? The easiest way is to create an .ignore file for your project.
E.g. to ignore a specific rule for all assemblies (e.g. a project) you can add the following lines in your ignore file:
R: Gendarme.Rules.Smells.AvoidSwitchStatementsRule
A: *

Gendarme vs FxCop


Tag : asp.net , By : Nick Coats
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope this helps Gendarme is indeed the Mono equivalent of FxCop. Given that Microsoft is planning to ship a considerable set of Code Analysis rules with most versions of the next Visual Studio, you might want to use FxCop and stick with that. The integrated version of FxCop (called Code Analysis) is the simplest to use if your Visual Studio version supports it (Visual Studio 2010 Premium and Ultimate).
There is a Visual Studio add-in which allows you to run FxCop from inside Visual Studio Professional as well. You need to download FxCop 10 separately (it's part of the Windows Platform SDK). Do note that the Visual Studio integrated version comes with a few additional rules, so the output may differ.

Running Gendarme after copying Mono.Cecil.Mdb.dll into mono/lib/gendarme/ causes an error


Tag : development , By : JackIT
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it should still fix some issue I was missing another dependency Mono.Cecil.dll. I got it from here and copied it to /mono/lib/gendarme along with Mono.Cecil.Mdb.dll from the installation of MonoDevelop as mentioned in the question.

C#, Gendarme, Sonar and Jenkins : Exclude generated files from Gendarme


Tag : development , By : Myatus
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
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