Getting started with VBDepend
How do I analyze my Objective-C applications using VBDepend?
- Run VisualVBDepend.exe.
- Select the option: New project
- Populate the data grid with your projects by using the browse button.
VBDepend analyzes the following kind of applications:
- VB6 projects(.vbp,.vbg),
- VBA code of Microsoft Excel(.xls,.xlsm),
- VBA code of Microsoft Access(.mdb,.accdb),
- VBA code of Microsoft Word(.docm,.dot).
Click the "Run" button to analyze your projects and code source by VBDependConsole.exe
This analysis will take a few seconds to a few minutes depending on the size of the projects.
- Once the analysis done, the result is displayed in the VisualVBDepend.exe UI.
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What does the VBDepend report tell me about my code?
This section gives you an idea of the topology of your application.
This section gives you an idea of the size of each project within your application in terms of code line and others metrics.
This section illustrates the size of your projects, types and methods in terms of code line.
Project Abstracness vs. Instability:
This section illustrate the Abstracness/Instability principle explained in the projects metrics section.
This section shows all dependencies between project of your
application in a table.
Project Dependency Diagram:
This section shows all dependencies between projects of your
application in a diagram
Project build order:
This section gives you one of the possible build order for your projects.
If a cycle exists in your projects dependencies graph, this section
will report it.
CQLinq Queries and Constraints:
This section reports default CQLinq constraints which have been violated.
More about the CQLinq language and CQLinq constraints here.
You can build your own CQLinq constraints with VBDepend.app.
This section recaps type metrics in a table. A link to the documentation
is provided for each metric.