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mathiasv
#1 Posted : Tuesday, January 16, 2018 3:40:45 PM(UTC)
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It seems ncrunch doesn't properly detect and copy ruleset files that are included inside other ruleset files, resulting in a bunch of warnings being output when they should be supressed.

An example scenario, is using stylecop, but wanting to suppress certain rules, for example in tests:
Quote:

<RuleSet Name="StyleCop Tests Rule Set" Description="These rules focus on enforcing a consistent code style in tests." ToolsVersion="15.0">
<Include Path="stylecop.ruleset" Action="Default" />
<Include Path="stylecop.nodocs.ruleset" Action="Default" />
<Rules AnalyzerId="StyleCop.Analyzers" RuleNamespace="StyleCop.Analyzers">
<Rule Id="SA1118" Action="None" />
</Rules>
</RuleSet>


The rules specified directly in this file work, but those coming from Include do not.
I can imagine this is because they are not copied to ncrunch's workspace.

I know that I could go in and tell ncrunch to explicitly include this, but that is easier said than done if working with multiple projects that all use the same ruleset.
Remco
#2 Posted : Tuesday, January 16, 2018 10:46:56 PM(UTC)
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Thanks for sharing this. I'm not sure how easily this can be resolved to a specific file using NCrunch's MSBuild integration, but will put it on the list to take a look. 'Additional files to include' is the correct workaround for now.
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