gd2i(Gendarme 220.127.116.11) gd2i(Gendarme 18.104.22.168)
Gendarme Defect To Ignore List
gd2i defects.xml list.ignore [--extra-check] [--syntax-check] [--quiet] [--version] [--help]
gd2i is small tool to help you create, or update, an ignore-list baseline from an XML list of defects (generated by Gendarme).
The, XML formatted, list of defects produced by Gendarme on your project.
The, text, file listing ignored defects entries for your project. If the file does not already exists (i.e. an update) then it will
be created. See gendarme(5) for the format of this file.
Report ignore entries, from an existing 'list.ignore' file, that does not match any defect, from the 'defects.xml' file.
Report syntax error found when processing an existing 'list.ignore' file.
Used to disable progress and other information which is normally written to stdout.
Display the tool's version number. This will match the Mono version number that this copy of Gendarme was released with.
--help Show help about the command-line options.
0 The tool returns 0 when no error has occurred.
1 The tool returns 1 if some command-line parameter were not valid.
2 The tool execution was interrupted by a non-handled exception. This is likely a bug inside the tool and should be reported on Nov-
ell's bugzilla (http://bugzilla.novell.com) or on the mailing-list.
Copyright (C) 2010 Novell, Inc (http://www.novell.com)
Mailing lists are listed at the http://groups.google.com/group/gendarme
SEE ALSO gendarme(1),gendarme(5),mono(1)
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permview - Viewer for declarative security permission sets inside assemblies.
permview [options] assembly
This tools allow to list the declarative security attributes present in an assembly. The security attributes are either found on the assem-
bly level, on the classes and the methods. This tool is useful to diagnose why an assembly won't load or why some class/method throws Secu-
OPTIONS -output filename
Output all declarative security attributes related informations into the specified file.
-xml | --xml | /XML
Output all declarative security attributes in an XML format.
-decl | --decl | /DECL
Show declarative security attributes on classes and methods. The default, without the -decl option, is to show only the assembly
level permission sets.
-? | /? | -h[elp] | /h[elp]
Display help informations about the permview tool.
This will show the minimum, optional and refused permissions sets (i.e. the assembly level security actions) that are compiled
inside the mscorlib assembly.
permview -decl permview.exe
This will show all (assembly, class or method level) declarative security attributes present in the permview.exe assembly.
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