In this page of ReSharper options, you can configure preferences of ReSharper Build.
|To build solution, use:||Defines whether native Visual Studio build management or ReSharper Build is invoked on all build commands, e.g. (Ctrl+Shift+B) as well as for corresponding context menu commands on projects and solution folders in Solution Explorer.|
|Run build after solution is loaded||This self-explanatory option will be applied independently of selected build management (Visual Studio or ReSharper).|
|Status Bar: show build progress in status bar||If this check box is selected, build progress is displayed in Visual Studio status bar.|
|Task Bar: show build progress in Windows task bar||If this check box is selected, build progress is displayed in the Visual Studio icon on the Windows task bar.|
|Tool Window: when build starts, open the build progress view in a tool window|| |
When this check box is selected, ReSharper brings up the Build & Run window to visualize build progress and status.
|Paint output log|| |
When this check box is selected, entries in the Output window are displayed in different colors, corresponding to their origin and kind.
|Show build results after build completed||This selector allows you to choose the level of build messages to display build results.|
|Find results view: enable grouping solution builder results by namespaces, types, and members|| Lets you toggle grouping of build results in build output shown in the Find Results window. |
You may need to disable this option on large solutions to minimize the time after the build is finished and before the build results are displayed.
|Use MSBuild.exe version||Using this selector, you can choose the version of MSBuild.exe that is used to build the solution.|
|Use up to X processes in parallel||Using this selector, you can choose the number of parallel process used to build the solution.|
|Restore NuGet packages before build||When this check box is selected, ReSharper will restore NuGet packages for all project using ReSharper's proprietary mechanism, which works in all supported versions of Visual Studio. Note, that this option requires.NET Framework 4.5 or higher to be installed on your machine.|
|Write log to output|| When this check box is selected, log items selected under it will be shown in Visual Studio's Output window. |
|Write to log file|| When this check box is selected, build output is saved to a log file. Use controls under this check box to choose a verbosity level and a path where the log file is saved. If the selected log directory does not exist, it is shown in red. However, ReSharper will create the non-existent path when logging to file for the first time. |
Note, that logging to file does not depend on logging to the Output window.