"ReportGenerator converts coverage reports generated by OpenCover, dotCover, Visual Studio, NCover, Cobertura, JaCoCo, Clover, gcov or lcov into human readable reports in various formats. The reports do not only show the coverage quota, but also include the source code and visualize which line has been covered.Use this package if your project is based on .NET Framework or .NET Core and you want to use ReportGenerator via the command line or a build script.Usage:dotnet $(UserProfile)\.nuget\packages\reportgenerator\x.y.z\tools\netcoreapp3.0\ReportGenerator.dll [options]$(UserProfile)\.nuget\packages\reportgenerator\x.y.z\tools\netcoreapp3.0\ReportGenerator.exe [options]$(UserProfile)\.nuget\packages\reportgenerator\x.y.z\tools\net47\ReportGenerator.exe [options]"
Project website: https://github.com/danielpalme/ReportGenerator
"The Microsoft Report Viewer 2010 SP1 Redistributable Package includes controls for viewing reports designed using Microsoft reporting technology."
"Internal implementation package not meant for direct consumption. Please do not reference directly. Windows API set dlls for use in operating systems that do not i…"
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