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What if I want to do some custom code analysis.. is there anyway to do it?
I didn't really look at anything roselyn, and default MS analysis is useless...
But I got a particular problem in an old code base have I have (some? many? a few?) tasks that are not awaited... (or .Wait()ed in non async method) which call all sort of resources to be disposed at the most inconvenient times..
We had a delivery from amazon stolen today so I went online to file a police report. I was actually impressed that the boys in blue have such advanced technology here in Toronto. However, it may be that they need to update their data a little.
I could report a hay bailer as being stolen. And a toupee. Cassette tapes, duct tape, a key or multiple keys could also be reported. All types of toilets, but only plates that are collector items and signed could be reported. You could not, however, report art. Or any form of audio visual or computer cables.
The list of items that could - and could not - be reported was so bizarre that it totally made up for my $12 HDMI adapter.
It drove home the issue, though, that we write these systems, deliver them, and then that's it. They are frozen in time unless we (or more realistically the stakeholder) decide to build in a way of having up to date data.
Our code is important what ultimately we write software to process data. And keeping that data relevant often seems to end up as an afterthought.