"dotMemory Unit is an additional unit testing framework that allows you to write tests that check code for all kinds of memory issues. For example, these can be tests that determine leaks by checking memory for objects of a particular type, or tests that track memory traffic and fail in case the traffic exceeds some threshold. In other words, dotMemory Unit extends your unit testing framework (NUnit, MSTest, or other) with the functionality of a memory profiler.To run tests that use dotMemory Unit, you should reference the dotMemory.Unit assembly (which is a part of this package) from your test project.Tests with the support for dotMemory Unit can be run either with a standalone unit test runner of your choice or with the ReSharper unit test runner. For standalone runners, you should use a mediator - the standalone dotMemory Unit launcher. If you want to use the ReSharper unit test runner, you should have either ReSharper 9.1 (or later) or dotCover 3.1 (or later) installed on your machine"
Project website: https://www.jetbrains.com/dotmemory/unit/
"Microsoft recommended .NetCore API usage rules implemented as analyzers using the .NET Compiler Platform (Roslyn). This package is included as a part of Microsoft.CodeAn…"
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