Top 20 NuGet resharper Packages
ReSharper External Annotations for .NET framework and popular libraries.
JetBrains.Annotations help reduce false positive warnings, explicitly declare purity and nullability in your code, deal with implicit usages of members, support special semantics of APIs in ASP.NET and XAML frameworks and otherwise increase accuracy of JetBrains Rider and ReSharper code inspections....
MSBuild tooling to convert markdown files into ReSharper Live Templates in a .DotSettings file
Converts a ReSharper inspectcode xml report file to a Code Climate json report file.
Extensions for ILogger which allows using Microsoft.Extensions.Logging like NLog.
Allows NBench tests to be discovered, executed, reported, and debugged using xUnit in ReSharper, and Visual Studio Test Explorer. Please refer to the project Url for usage information: https://github.com/Pro-Coded/Pro.NBench.xUnit
Converts all JetBrains ReSharper code annotations attributes to External Annotations, so you can provide R# annotations to 3rd parties but don't need to deploy JetBrainsAnnotations.dll.
A library to export ReSharper code annotations in XML format from compiled assemblies.
Annotation attributes for use with ReSharper, so you dont have to reference the ReSharper DLLs directly.
Resharper 7.1 plugin for nbehave so that you can run and debug your features from Visual Studio
The ultimate, one-stop solution to distribute ReSharper code annotations in XML format along with your libraries.
This package contains the JetBrains.Resharper assembly with the annotations from the ReSharper Annotated Framework. The annotations are for use in combination with JetBrains ReSharper. See the project URL on how to use the annotations. The annotations are taken from ReSharper 9. Source code can be a...
Resharper 6 plugin for nbehave so that you can run and debug your features from Visual Studio
Resharper 6.1.1 plugin for nbehave so that you can run and debug your features from Visual Studio
Resharper 7.01 plugin for nbehave so that you can run and debug your features from Visual Studio