Daniel Fisher (lennybacon.com)

SOA, DATA & THE WEB

Enable or disable FxCop Code Analysis solution wide in Visual Studio Package Manager Console

I really like FxCop. But in a debugging session it can be useful to save time by temporarily disabling the code analysis. Sadly there is no *global switch* to turn it off and on again. So here is my approach:

Create a new text file in the directory "C:\Users\{your user}\Documents\WindowsPowerShell" named "NuGet_profile.ps1" and add the following code:

Restart Visual Studio. Click the menu "View" | "Other Windows" | "Package Manager Console". Now you can execute the following commands:

> Enable-CodeAnalysis
> Disable-CodeAnalysis

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