Tag Archives: code style

ReSharper Ultimate 2017.1 EAP update: Visual Studio 2017 RTM and more

We are getting closer to the release date and working hard towards providing the finest coding experience to Visual Studio 2017 RTM users. If you are already using the latest release of Visual Studio, make sure to download ReSharper Ultimate … Continue reading

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Rider EAP update: Code style settings and layers

Since our first public Early Access Preview (EAP) for Rider, we’ve been hard at work improving our cross-platform IDE for .NET development. Rider helps keepingĀ a consistent code style throughout our code base, applying style settings that are based on widely … Continue reading

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Code Style Settings in ReSharper

ReSharper makes a clear delineation between the concept of a formatter (a component that changes the way code looks but does not change the syntax) and the code style settings, a piece of functionality that can, in fact, change syntax … Continue reading

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Fix in Scope: a New Code Cleanup Experience in ReSharper 8

As you all know, ReSharper has lots of inspections, all of varying complexity. Some inspections present a multitude of choices – for example, when ReSharper meets an undeclared symbol, it has no idea what to make of it. Does the user … Continue reading

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Code Formatting Improvements in ReSharper 7.1

Code formatting is, and will always remain, a sensitive subject: with many companies having their own specific standards, it’s very difficult to please everyone. In ReSharper 7.1, we’ve taken another shot at smoothing out the formatting experience with more options … Continue reading

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Per Project Settings or How to have different naming styles for my test project

One nitpick that I myself and many have had with ReSharper is not being able to have different naming styles for types based on different projects. In my code I normally name classes using CamelCase and in my test project … Continue reading

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Automating File Header Information with ReSharper

[Update: ReSharper 6 now support Macros in File Headers. See the following post for more information] Many OSS projects often have some license information at the top of each file, reminding you of the evils you need to comply with. … Continue reading

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ReSharper in Detail: Reformatting Code

ReSharper can reformat any selected block of C# or VB.NET code, all code in the current file, all files in a directory, the current project, or even the current solution, according to your settings. Continue reading

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