ReSharper Command-Line Tools – Cross-Platform and Global Tools
We’re often asked how ReSharper and Rider relate to build servers, and how their features can be utilized in CI/CD environments. There are actually quite a few tools bundled in free packages – namely ReSharper.CommandLineTools or dotCover.CommandLineTools – that can help to continuously monitor and improve our codebase. In this post, we will discuss the ReSharper tools, which include: Inspect
ReSharper 2020.2 Roadmap
We recently published the Rider 2020.2 roadmap, as well as the ReSharper C++ 2020.2 roadmap, and we’d now like to bring you up to speed with what we’ve got planned for ReSharper 2020.2 in .NET. As ever, please be aware that this list is preliminary. These are the broad areas we’re working on, and a list of our priorities, but things can change before release. With that disclaimer out of the way
ReSharper Ultimate 2019.3.1 Hotfix Is Out!
We’ve just published ReSharper Ultimate 2019.3.1 hotfix. Come and grab one if you are experiencing any of the issues listed below. (more…)
Code Cleanup with the ReSharper Command Line Tools
Along with the latest releases of ReSharper, we have made Code Cleanup part of the ReSharper Command Line Tools. These tools allow us to run several ReSharper features from the command line or as part of continuous integration. Two tools have been there for a while — InspectCode (which can run hundreds of ReSharper code inspections outside of Visual Studio) and dupFinder (which helps finding dupli