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ReSharper’s analyses and inspections are already very smart, finding code smells, dead code, and potential runtime issues directly from your source code. They build abstract syntax trees, create a semantic model of your code, and construct control flow graphs for … Continue reading
With the recent announcement of the ReSharper 8.1 EAP, we’ve made steps to address one of the common requests of plugin authors – to ship the ReSharper SDK as a NuGet package. Previously, we’ve shipped the SDK as an MSI … Continue reading
Using dotPeek, we can peek into assemblies by downloading symbols or by decompiling them. Out of the box, we can also open NuGet packages stored locally. But what about NuGet packages that we haven’t downloaded yet? Well… there’s a plugin … Continue reading
We’ve all been there, someone calls you about the fact that the application is slow. No matter how hard you try, it’s impossible to reproduce the issue on your development machine: the issue only occurs in production. What do you … Continue reading
Generally speaking, ReSharper and NuGet get along just fine, happily ignoring each other. NuGet automates downloading, extracting and referencing third party assemblies. ReSharper simply uses those assemblies, without needing to know how they were referenced. The assemblies’ metadata is available … Continue reading