Detect duplicate C# code with Simian

Posted by: Darrell Nortons Blog [MVP], on 15 Mar 2006 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Howard van Rooijen has an excellent article on setting up Simian to detect duplicate code. Then he takes the next step and creates MonkeyWrangler, an add-in that takes the Simian output and converts it so that you can double-click on the text and Visual Studio will take you to the file and line of code! Found 9 duplicate lines in the following files: D:\Projects\Conchango\Conchango.Gluon\Conchango.Gluon.Plugins.Interface\ConfigSettings.cs (163) 171 D:\Projects\Conchango\Conchango.Gluon\Conchango.Gluon.Plugins.Interface\ConfigSettings.cs...

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