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Sometime in the past I made a blogpost on how I made a resharper plugin. This is a follow up post on how to test it.
Agent Mulder plugin for ReSharper analyzes DI containers (Dependency Injection, sometimes called Inversion of Control, or IoC containers) in your solution, and provides navigation to and finding usages of types registered or resolved by those containers.
There are several ways to concatenate string in VB.Net. Most will use the &-operator but we all know you should use the String.Format method. And sometimes you might by accident use the +-operator. The +-operator is however not such…
Custom patterns with Resharper are cool. And can help you and your team to make your code more uniform. I know me and my team are using them ;-). The human brain works in such a way that it will filter out any information it knows or thinks it knows…
Yesterday Resharper 6 launched and if you are developing in Visual studio you should seriously get it. I love it and have been playing with the nightly builds and the bet, beta2, beta3, RC, RC2 for a few weeks now. I just hated that I had to install a n…
Introduction I installed Resharper 6 EAP (The nightly builds) just because Hadi Hariri (him again) asked me to. You can read on some of the new features on the Jetbrains blog. And here are some of the things for VB.Net that caught my eye and that are…
Introduction You will see that many people use Resharper. Most of those are however C# users and you will see most of the demos are in C#. So why should you buy Resharper if you are a VB.Net user (I don't get money nor love from JetBrains for writing…
Like the title says An nUnit testfixture file template for resharper that also conforms to stylecop laws. Here it is.
I don’t know when they released it, but it has a huge amount of fixes and improvements.
The Release notes page says it all.
Apparently they did it yesterday.
Today, we’re excited to announce the release of ReSharper 4.1! This minor version is highlighted by:
* Support for Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 SP1
* Enhanced ASP.NET experience
* Improved performance and usability: quicker solution load, optimized Unit Test Explorer behavio...
Apparently someone at JetBrains forgot to add a surround template for Try catch in VB.Net. It is there for C#. So I created it for myself.
This is the xml. Just save it in a file and import it in resharper.
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