froglogic is pleased to announce a maintenance release of its code coverage tool Squish Coco, a cross-platform, cross-compiler toolchain which enables users to obtain coverage data of their C/C++/C# application’s unit tests, GUI tests, system and acceptance tests to enhance source code quality, testing efficiency and overall product quality.
Version 4.3.3 is a patch release which introduces support for Microsoft Visual Studio 2019 and .NET Core support on Linux, in addition to a number of bug fixes and stability improvements. The newly added .NET Core support on Linux enables users to generate a .NET instrumented application for use in obtaining coverage metrics for these applications.
Below is a preview of some of this version’s enhancements:
- C# compilation issues (with string literals, multi-arrays, out parameters and MCC instrumentations) now resolved.
- Issue with C++ fallthrough attribute fixed.
- Pre-compiled header issues fixed.
- Compilation problems resolved with C++ code instrumented at MCC level.
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