Add/Edit Coverage Filter dialog
This dialog helps specifying a new coverage filter or modifying an existing coverage filter. It opens when you click the corresponding buttons in the Coverage Filters dialog.
|Analyze code in||Choose this option to include the specified code item into code coverage analysis and exclude all other code items.|
|Do not analyze code in||Choose this option to exclude the specified code item from code coverage analysis.|
|... assembly||Name of an assembly or project to be included/excluded.|
|... class||Name of a class to be included/excluded.|
|... method||Name of a method to be included/excluded.|
|Do not analyze code||Choose this option to exclude code items with the specified attribute from code coverage analysis|
|... marked with attribute||Name of a class to be included/excluded.|
|... declared in assembly||Name of a method to be included/excluded.|
|All solutions||Choose this option to apply the filter to globally on your computer.|
|Current solution||Choose this option to apply the filter only to the current solution.|
You can use asterisk wildcards when specifying code item names in a filter: '*' (asterisk) represents zero or more characters.
For example, you can use the
*.Tests wildcard that will exclude all test projects from code analysis.