[Mono-list] static code analysis for mono's coding guidelines

José A. Salvador Vanaclocha joansava at gmail.com
Fri Jun 13 06:23:59 EDT 2008

Before procceed it is convenient you know I just have used smokey to
test it. I still don't use in a production environment so I don't have
a great knowledege abou it.

Anyway. It's true. They are not working at source code level. They
work at assembly level so it's not difficult to set like a nant rule
task to inspect through smokey the assemblies you want. I think, you
can obtain a solution like you are looking for because smokey has
rules about coding guidelines.

2008/6/13 Robert Jordan <robertj at gmx.net>:
> Neither FxCop nor Smokey nor Gandarme are working at source code
> level, so http://www.mono-project.com/Coding_Guidelines cannot be
> checked by these tools.
> Robert
> José A. Salvador Vanaclocha wrote:
>> You can look at smokey project. It's like FxCop.
>> 2008/6/13 Filipe Correia <fcorreia at gmail.com>:
>>> Hi all,
>>> I'm looking at mono's coding guidelines on this wiki page:
>>> http://www.mono-project.com/Coding_Guidelines
>>> Does any one know if there's an automatic way of validating a set of
>>> c# source files, given this set of rules? I mean, something along what
>>> FxCop does, but following these guidelines.
>>> Thank you,
>>> Filipe
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José A. Salvador Vanaclocha "Vana"

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