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Introduction The new Teamcity 6 has dotcover support for absolutely free. So you should use it. Here is how I set it up and what problems I had. How to set it up. It's insanely simple. In your Nunit build step go to the bottom and select JetBra…
A couple of days ago or perhaps a few weeks ago, dotCover 1.0 Beta was released. dotCover is a code coverage tool.
Or like Jetbrains say.
JetBrains dotCover is a new code coverage tool for .NET developers.
And here is its feature list.
dotCover features include:
* Reporting statement-level coverage in .NET applications.
* Highlighting for uncovered code in Visual Studio.