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CoolBreeze
#1 Posted : Tuesday, November 10, 2020 7:59:55 PM(UTC)
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I have several VB class libraries. For each library I had a test project with test files.
Everything worked just fine. NCrunch discovered and ran the tests, computed
Metrics. I saw the metrics in the NCrunch Metrics window.

For better or worse, I was asked to copy the class libraries and test files
into a new project (not what I wanted to do since now I have two sets of
code...)

However, in the new project the Metrics for all main code files shows as 0.00%.


Metrics for the test files in the Tests project range from 33.73% to 100%
(as expected).

A few things I did to reset the environment:


  • In the old project I set NCrunch to run tests manually.

    In the new project I set NCrunch to run automatically.

    In the new project I changed NCrunch to run tests manually.

    Metrics for the main code still shows 0.00%.

  • I disabled and enabled NCrunch.

    Metrics for the main code still shows 0.00%.

  • I restarted VS 2019.

    Metrics for the main code still shows 0.00%.



Visual Studio 2019.
NCrunch 4.4.0.12
NUnit 3.12.0
ASP.NET Framework 4.7.2


Remco
#2 Posted : Tuesday, November 10, 2020 11:47:41 PM(UTC)
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Hi, thanks for sharing this issue. A few questions to try and figure out what is going on:

- On the projects missing metrics, do you still have coverage markers?
- If so, are the coverage markers aligned with the metrics being aggregated?
- Does the metrics window still show the correct number of lines and other metrics?
CoolBreeze
#3 Posted : Wednesday, November 18, 2020 8:00:05 PM(UTC)
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Hi Remco,

re: - On the projects missing metrics, do you still have coverage markers?
All code lines have black coverage markers.

re: - If so, are the coverage markers aligned with the metrics being aggregated?
I don't understand your question.

re: - Does the metrics window still show the correct number of lines and other metrics?
I wanted to add a screenshot of the Metrics window but couldn't figure out
how to do that.

So here's some stats for one of the code files:
Code Coverage %: 0.00%
Compiled Lines: 45
Covered Lines: 0
Code Lines: 45
Excluded Line: 0
Uncovered Lines: 45

I wondered if I had put in a: ' NCrunch: start no code coverage.
but didn't close it with a: 'NCrunch end no code coverage.

I don't have any start\end code coverage statements
in my class library.
Remco
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Thanks for the extra details. It looks like this is a missing code coverage issue. Can you check if any of the suggestions on this documentation page work for you?
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The problem was "Lost Project References".

Once I updated the references to use Project references
I now see the code coverage markers as expected.

Thanks!

Ed


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