Code Cleanup unites a dozen of ReSharper features, including but limited to:
- Code formatting
- Arranging 'this' qualifier
- Removing code redundancies
- Converting properties with backup fields to auto-properties
- Marking fields as read-only if possible
- Optimizing namespace import directives
- Shortening qualified references
- Inserting and updating file header
- Replacing explicit types with vars
- Reordering type members
- Reformatting embedded XML doc comments
Code Cleanup works in batch mode, so that you can instantly clean the whole project or even solution. That means, you can save a myriad of "go-to-next-highlight-then-apply-a-quick-fix" iterations by simply running Code Cleanup.
There are two default profiles of Code Cleanup: Reformat Code and Full Cleanup.
You cannot change these profiles, however, to adjust code cleanup to your custom requirements, you can create custom cleanup profiles to fit your individual needs. You can also choose a default or custom profile to be used for silent cleanup.
For specific guidelines, see the following topics:
- Running Code Cleanup in various scenarios (from the text editor, from Solution Explorer; in silent mode).
- Default Profiles (Full Cleanup, Reformat Code).
- Creating Custom Profiles (profile settings in detail).
- Usage Scenarios (optimizing namespace import directives, reformatting code, removing code redundancies, etc).