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ReSharper SDK Adventures Part 9 — Update notifications

Welcome to another part of the ReSharper SDK Adventures! One of the problems that many plugin developers face is in being able to update their plugins after they are released, so in this post we’ll take a look at how … Continue reading

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ReSharper SDK Adventures Part 8 — Expression factoring improved

In the previous part of the SDK Adventures, we started work on a factoring context action for mathematical expressions. We did quite a bit of work to get the factoring algorithm off the ground, but there’s yet more to be … Continue reading

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ReSharper SDK Adventures Part 7 — Factoring expressions

Welcome to another part of the SDK adventures. Most of the sample plugins shown so far have been fairly simple, with implementation times ranging from a few minutes to an hour, at most. In this part of the series I … Continue reading

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ReSharper SDK Adventures Part 6 — Read-only inteface generator

Welcome to another instalment of the ReSharper SDK Adventures! In this part of the series, we are going to talk about code generation and, specifically, about extending the Generate menu with your own actions. As an example, we are going … Continue reading

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ReSharper SDK Adventures Part 5 — D-style Mixins in C#

This is Part 5 of the ReSharper SDK Adventures — a series dedicated to in-depth coverage of ReSharper plugin development. This series was previously hosted on DevTalk, but will now be appearing on the JetBrains .NET Tools blog. In case you … Continue reading

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Exploring some fresh ReSharper plugins

At the start of the year, we wrote a series of blog posts covering some plugins for ReSharper. With the release of ReSharper 8 and the new Extension Manager, installing and distributing plugins, live templates and settings has become much … Continue reading

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