Coco v4.3.3 Released, Now With .NET Core Support on Linux

Coco v4.3.3 Released, Now With .NET Core Support on Linux

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.

You can view the full list of bug fixes in our online release notes. To download the new packages, navigate to your Squish Coco download portal.

Interested in evaluating a free, fully supported and fully functional trial of Squish Coco? Click here.

Nick joined froglogic Marketing in 2018, following graduate study in computational mechanics and various Application Engineering roles within the software sector. When he’s not blogging for froglogic, he enjoys testing vegan recipes, reading poetry and modding his Subaru.

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