Tag Archives: Code analysis

Duplicate Finder, Part of ReSharper Command Line Tools

Along with ReSharper 8 EAP earlier this year, we have made ReSharper Command Line Tools available for you to download and try. We have already written about one of the tools included in this package — InspectCode, which analyzes your … Continue reading

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ReSharper Code Analysis Goes Beyond Visual Studio

One of ReSharper’s most notable features, Code Analysis, is now unleashed and ready to hunt for bad and dead code—without even opening Visual Studio. Dubbed as InspectCode, it is as simple as a command-line tool can be and requires a … Continue reading

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ReSharper NullReferenceException Analysis and Its Contracts

If you use ReSharper, you are likely familiar with its Possible ‘NullReferenceException’ inspection. I want to talk about the analysis engine that displays this type of warnings and how you can, with just a bit of work, use it for … Continue reading

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