Disable code coverage by NCrunch auto properties
I recently switched to Visual Studio 2015. I am using NCrunch to check code coverage, which I also updated. The main difference I noticed is that NCrunch now also includes auto-property coverage functionality, which was not the case in Visual Studio 2013. I suspect this is due to the new C # language features for auto-properties, but I not using them for my project.
How can I disable NCrunch to cover automatic properties without making any code changes?
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