R#6 EAP support

Can we hope to see R#6 support in the DotCover EAP at some point?

R#6 feels like it's a long way from release, and it would be good to get DotCover support back sooner rather than later.

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Hello Will,
Current plan is the following:
dotCover 1.1 will be released without support for ReSharper 6.0
Right after the release we'll open EAP for dotCover 1.1.1 which will include the integration.

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Hello Stefan,
Yes, the work on integration with ReSharper 6.0 has been already started.

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Any chance of an update as to when we will see this?

Michael

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Hello Michael,
We've just opened dotCover 1.1.1 early access program with support for the ReSharper 6.0.
You are welcome to try our nightly builds from
http://confluence.jetbrains.net/display/DCVR/dotCover+1.1.1+Nightly+Builds
Any feedback is appreciated.

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I installed this new build (1.1.300.113) with R# 6 eap and VS2010 and I get the options to run unit tests using dotCover but when I do so I don't get any sort of coverage snapshot (coverage result browser shows "No open coverage snapshots") or any way to see which areas of code were covered. I can toggle code highlighting to on, which does highlight code, but the highlighted code does not seem to change based on the subset of tests I run (even if I cover a single test wholly unrelated sections of code which were not touched by the test are highlighted).

In short, something doesn't seem right.

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Hello Lawrence,
Thank you for the feedback!
Please make sure that your ReSharper unit tests output panel is visible (see screenshot).
If you perform coverage analysis of your tests several times, coverage results are aggregated.
In order to see per-test statistics, you should turn on the corresponding option on the toolbar (see screenshot) and select test or test fixture you're interested in.
screenshot.png

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In R#6 [2200] and dCover [300] there is no option "Cover Unit Tests" when right-clicking the Solution. Also there is no dCover icon near "Debug Unit Tests". Only difference (compared to previous NB) is that tab "Coverage" down under, although it is empty (see attached image).
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Hi Ruslan,

It turns out that I was missing that for covered unit tests the coverage info appears in the Coverage tab of the Unit Test Sessions window instead of in the Coverage Results Browser. Your message and screenshot sorted that out.

Thanks for your help.

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I'm using build 2169 of Resharper with 300 of dotCover and I see both the cover item when right clicking on the solution and the dCover items you're missing, in case that helps.

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dCover 1.1.300.129 working as expected with R#6 RC2. Tnx :)

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