After a very long time indeed, we finally have a new version of FxCop to play with.

While the Source Code Analysis tool integrated into Visual Studio has been upgraded, the standalone version of FxCop has gone a long time without any updates at all.

That’s changed - now we can download FxCop 10, which appears to be the same version included with Visual Studio 2010.

Go to MSDN for instructions on downloading and installing FxCop 10.

Update: Appears that I’m a bit slow at noticing this - FxCop 10 was announced on the Code Analysis team blog back in July!


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