File Header Style
Your file header preferences are saved using the mechanism of layer-based settings. Among other things, this mechanism allows you to maintain different preferences for different solutions as well as to keep these preferences under a VCS and automatically share them with your team members.
Using file headers for copyright notices and other identifying messages is a common practice. ReSharper allows you to configure the default header text and automatically insert it into code files of your solution.
If you want to apply the file header to existing files, you can do it with the code cleanup.
To configure a file header and insert it into code files with code cleanup
- Open the page of ReSharper options.
- In the File Header Text area, insert an arbitrary text that you want to insert into your code files. You can also use macros that allow file headers to contain varying information. To use a macro, type it or click on the corresponding macro, it will be inserted at the current caret position.
- Optionally, to surround the file header with a region, enter the name of the region in the Embrace File Header into Region with Name field.
- Go to the Code Cleanup settings page: .
- Create a new profile as described in the Code Cleanup section. In the Selected profile settings section for the new profile, tick the Update file header check box. Optionally, you can enable other code cleanup tasks in this profile.
- Click Save to apply the modifications and let ReSharper choose where to save them, or save the modifications to a specific settings layer using the Save To drop-down list. For more information, see managing and sharing resharper settings.
- Select the scope where you want to update file header:
- Do one of the following:
- In the Code Cleanup dialog that opens, select the newly created profile.
- Click Run. ReSharper will update file header in the selected scope.
If you want to insert file headers without opening the Code Cleanup dialog, you can bind the created profile to the silent cleanup and run it simply by pressing Ctrl+Shift+Alt+F. You can also create a custom cleanup profile that would combine inserting file headers with other code style tasks.
This feature is supported in the following languages and technologies:
- Naming Style
- Managing and Applying Code Formatting Rules
- File and Type Layout
- File Header Style
- Code Syntax Style: Namespace Imports
- Code Syntax Style: Implicit/Explicit Typing
- Using Auto-Properties
- Making Fields Readonly
- Code Syntax Style: Multiple Attributes
- Code Syntax Style: Modifiers
- Code Syntax Style: Optional Member Qualifiers
- Reformatting XML Doc Comments
- Removing Code Redundancies