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                                  • Hi Team,

                                    in our team, we would like to customize the code analysis rules of code rush and use the same rule set across the team?  Also if someone is unloaded code rush, and by pass this rules, TFS Continuous integration should fail it.

                                    Regards,
                                    Raghavendra SK

                                • Alex B.G. (DevExpress) 04.18.2016

                                  Hi Raghu,

                                  Thank you for your interest in our product.

                                  The only way to share your "CodeRush for Visual Studio .NET" code analysis settings with your team mates is to ZIP the "%APPDATA%\CodeRush for VS .NET\1.1\Settings.xml" folder and provide the archive to your co-workers.
                                  Unfortunately, at the moment, there is no way to integrate "CodeRush for Visual Studio .NET" analyzers with TFS CI.

                                  However, we are actively developing the new "CodeRush for Roslyn (Preview)" extension. Please describe in detail how you would like to share CodeRush settings in your team (it can be a ZIP-file, or some cloud storage, or any other way you are used to).

                                  Also it would be very useful to us if you provide us a list of analyzers and describe an approach that you would apply to integrate custom code analyzers to TFS CI build task, so that we can better understand your needs.

                                  Thank you in advance.

                                • raghu k 5 04.18.2016

                                  Hi Alex,

                                  Thanks for the response.

                                  if zipping and sharing is the way, we can use it.

                                  fxcop and stylecop provides mechanism wherein we can mention some commands in post build event s of the project and it will be run while we check in the code.

                                  Regards,
                                  Raghavendra SK

                                • Alex B.G. (DevExpress) 04.19.2016

                                  Raghu, thank you for your reply!

                                  We have plans to release a standalone console tool that will analyze a solution and create a report file with the problems found in source code. So, you will be able to execute it from your post-build event script.

                                  Also, in the 1.0.11 version that will be released this week, we have introduced the "Import\Export settings" wizard. You can prepare an archive with your settings using it and share this file with your teammates.

                                  All this will be available in "CodeRush for Roslyn" in the near future. But, we do not plan to release this kind of functionality in "CodeRush for Visual Studio .NET"  so far.

                                • Miguel Nieto Mendieta 09.05.2018

                                  Is there any progress with standalone console?

                                • Andrew A (DevExpress) 09.06.2018

                                  Hi Miguel,

                                  Thank you for your interest in our products. Currently we are working on it and we are close to release the CTP version. I cannot, however, say the exact date of its release. Please follow our announcements and blog posts.

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                                Hello,

                                We are happy to announce the community technology preview of CodeRush Server - the Azure DevOps/TFS extension that combines the Unit Test Runner, Code Coverage calculation, and Code Issues analysis of the original CodeRush. Please refer to our announcement blog post to find more information on CodeRush Server core functionality:

                                Introducing CodeRush Server (Pre-release)

                                While the blog post is focused on working in the Azure DevOps space, CodeRush Server extension is designed to be used in both Azure DevOps (formerly known as VSTS) and TFS. If you are interested in trying CodeRush Server, we invite you to register for the beta using the link below:

                                Register for CTP

                                Once you registered, please reply to the "Welcome" email and specify that you are interested in using CodeRush Server in TFS.  We will provide you with the instructions on how to install the product there.