I just started today to evaluate the usability of dotCover as replacement for PartCover for one of our larger SW projects (C# under .NET 4.0).
Our dev process requires to separate the NUnit test code projects from the tested code projects, meaning "no test code in the tested DLLs".
So we ended up in dedicated solutions which consist of several C# projects which each contain NUnit test code for a dedicated C# project. The project-to-be-tested is referenced as DLL (from a build server), not as project reference.
How can we use dotCover (either via VS2010 or maybe standalone ?) to get test coverage numbers as well as highlighted code blocks of covered / not covered code blocks? We used PartCover, but it seems to be doomed for .NET 4.0
Is ReSharper mandatory for this (I'm just evaluating dotCover, no ReSharper installed).
Thanks ind advance and kind regards