Posts tagged with #mono

  • Code coverage for open source .NET with AppVeyor and Coveralls

    Code coverage is a useful metric of the quality of your code. It shows how much code is being covered by unit tests. It doesn’t necessarily mean that the unit tests are well written, but no metric can probably tell you that. However, aiming for a specific code coverage, let’s say 70%, is a good practice, because failing to meet the goal might mean somebody didn’t write enough unit tests.

  • Troubleshooting TypeLoadException in mono

    I don’t do a lot of .NET programming these days. At work we deal mostly with JavaScript. However, C# is still the language I’m more fluent in and, also important, a language that I really like. That’s why sometimes I like to code a bit in C# at home. That can be either on Windows or on a Mac with Mono. The problem with Mono is that things can always be a bit different and require some extra effort.

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