PowerToys for ReSharper 2.5.1 Now Available
We’re happy to announce the availability of PowerToys for ReSharper 2.5.1 and opening pages about plugin development.
Power Toys are plugins that show how to use various techniques together. They are a lot more complex than plugin samples and require some knowledge about ReSharper OpenAPI to understand the source code. However, they do very useful things and can be installed to add functionality to ReSharper.
You can read more about PowerToys and browse available documentation about plugin development by following the link:
Documentation is far from complete, but we’ll be adding content on a regular basis to ensure that plugin developers have all the information they need to build their favorite plugin. Stay tuned!
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