ReSharper provides a set of features for .resx files and resource usages in C# and VB.NET code, as well as in ASP.NET and XAML markup.
ReSharper enables you to navigate between cultures up and down the culture hierarchy. It prompts what resource entry overrides
and what is overridden. You can navigate to resource entries from the text editor and from the Solution Explorer as well. You can look for resource usages and navigate to them easily. For more details and illustrations, see
ReSharper provides a set of refactorings for .resx files, such as move to resource, rename resource, inline resource, etc.
Also, ReSharper suggests quick-fixes and context actions to make your life easier while working with resources. To get acquainted
with them, see
ReSharper provides smart completion for resource usages in code files. To find out how it works, run over the examples below:
Suggesting Resource File Name
Suggesting Resource Name
ReSharper offeres a quick, but thorough overview of a resource entry.
- Place the caret at the name of resource in code file or in .resx file.
- On the main menu, choose ReSharper | Edit | Show Quick Documentation or press Ctrl+Q. The Quick Documentation pop-up window displays:
- Follow hyperlinks to view resource declaration in chosen culture.
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