Design-time code inspection is a great help when you are coding in the editor or reviewing specific files. However, ReSharper also allows you to run static code analysis in the whole solution or narrower scope, examine the results in a friendly view, and share them if necessary.
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You can also inspect code in a specific scope from the command line without starting Visual Studio and ReSharper.
- Finding Similar Issues
- Finding Out What Is Wrong with Your Code
- Navigating between Code Issues
- Configuring Code Inspection Settings