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OpenCover, an open source code coverage tool for .NET that I started in 2011.

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    Not dead yet...

    So it has been a while but I am glad to finally say I have released another version of OpenCover - 4.7.922. The release candidate has been out for a few weeks now with no issues reported so I decided to bite the bullet and get the latest release out; the releases, as always, can be found on Nuget [https://www.nuget.org/packages/OpenCover/], Chocolatey [https://chocolatey.org/packages/OpenCover/4.7.922] and Github [https://github.com/OpenCover/opencover/releases/tag/4.7.922]. I'd say most of

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    Death by a thousand cuts

    Every year I decide to spend some time refreshing OpenCover i.e. upgrading to the latest tools such as Visual Studio, upgrading all the packages that OpenCover depends on etc. etc. and it is never a good time for me. I don't know why I do this to myself, I know it is going to hurt and it's always the tiny things that somehow take ages to remedy. However I need to do this so that I can uninstall old versions of Visual Studio before I move on to addressing some of the latest features and issues w

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    Happy Birthday OpenCover

    Happy Birthday Today OpenCover [https://github.com/OpenCover/opencover] is 4 (four) years old, where has the time gone? In that time it has had over 60,000 nuget downloads [http://www.nuget.org/packages/opencover], been adopted by the SharpDevelop community as the coverage tool for their IDE, and, as I found out the other day, is also being used by the corefx team [https://github.com/dotnet/corefx] to supply coverage information [http://dotnet-ci.cloudapp.net/job/dotnet_corefx_coverage_windows/C