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We are currently using TFS 2015 for our CI builds. We use the Microsoft unit testing framework that ships with VS 2015 to create our unit tests and we run these as part of our TFS 2015 build process.

We'd like to extend our unit testing to include code coverage. We can't use the VS 2015 / TFS 2015 code coverage tools as these require an enterprise licence and we only have a professional licence (although we would consider upgrading if necessary).

We're looking for a code coverage tool that we can hook into our TFS 2015 build and that produces meaningful output (e.g. coverage reports). If possible it would be good if the same tool integrated into the VS 2015 IDE to give real-time coverage.

All recommendations and suggestions welcome.
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