Currently no support of VS2012

Due to the fact that the current version of the Power Tool is not compatible with Visual Studio 2012, there won´t be an upgrade for the Code Metrics Viewer extension. There is a suggestion on Microsoft´s user voice portal to either open up the code metrics calculation interface or to provide a new version of the command line utility, that is not dependent on Visual Studio 2010. Using the following link you can vote for it: http://visualstudio.uservoice.com/forums/121579-visual-studio/suggestions/3014740-please-update-visual-studio-metrics-power-tool-to

Update, 2013/01/7: I just used some time to play with the Roslyn CTP and created a tool that can calculate metrics from syntax trees and semantic models (in the strict sense a replacement for the Power Tool, that does not act on IL, but on source code). By now, I can calculate the same metric results provided by the Power Tool for C# projects and I also added some new metrics.

Update, 2013/01/14: I started to make the extension available to Visual Studio 2012; I just ported the existing code base and removed everything related to Microsoft´s power tool, that can´t be used anymore. The tool window get´s a complete make-over supporting both the dark- and light theme. Maybe I have to replace functionality which is dependent on Windows Forms by using WPF, but I don´t know yet. The toolbar is now a native toolbar, that fits much better into the selected theme. As long as Roslyn isn´t ready-to-market, this extension will be a CTP as well, that requires an existing installation of the Roslyn components.

Update, 2013/01/16: A first look at the new UI…

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Update, 2013/01/25: I worked a lot on the user-interface… Instead of reusing the existing win-forms tree-listview implementation from the previous version, I decided to create a tree-listview using WPF. I am quite familiar with WPF, so I thought the hardest part of the entire project would be the implementation of the actual metric calculation functionality (which I have achieved within a couple of hours), but in the end I used more time to style the WPF listview (thanks a lot to a Swedish friend of mine, who helped me to solve some very tricky issues and polish it). It was well worth investing the time because the new control allows scrolling horizontally, the scrollbars are themed automatically, the positioning of grid columns is now supported and I was able to remove some code that required P-Invoke (think this is a step in the right direction).

Update, 2013-01-27: I spiled Visual Studio´s glyph-service to show icons in the results view…

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Update, 2013-02-02: The extension is almost feature-complete; I am working on some details now. For instance, the new version of the tool doesn´t show a progress dialog anymore. Instead, it has a thin progress indicator that is embedded into the view (so it behaves the same way as many other tool windows in Visual Studio do).

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I reworked the trend icons (up- and down-arrows) and used the color´s of Visual Studio´s light theme so I can switch luminosity depending on the selected theme, to make them look good…

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