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Ch. 8 Testing Code Changes in Visual Studio

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C H A P T E R 8
Testing Code Changes in Visual Studio
This chapter describes the TestCodeChanges add-in for Microsoft Visual Studio and
includes the following topics:
Overview of the TestCodeChanges add-in for Visual Studio
Setting up the TestCodeChanges add-in
Preparing to test code changes
Using the TestCodeChanges add-in
Overview of the TestCodeChanges Add-In for Visual Studio
The TestCodeChanges add-in for Microsoft Visual Studio lets you access scripts
that test changes you have just made to the source code of a Visual Basic or
Visual C++ AUT from within Visual Studio.
After you set it up and load it in your Visual Studio development environment,
TestCodeChanges does the following:
Tracks all changes that you make to the source code of the AUT.
Gives you access to all of the scripts in the project that exercise the changed code.
Displays the code coverage values for scripts that touch changed source
code files.
Lets you filter changed code files based on the calendar dates that the source code
was changed.
Lets you create a regression suite of scripts, which you can then run from your
Visual Studio development environment to test changed files.
After testing, automatically displays script run results.