ReSharper 2022.1 Help

Products & Features

ReSharper options: Environment | Products & Features

This page lists JetBrains .NET platform products, feature groups, and languages/technologies that can be enabled or disabled. To see the list of features available for each language/technology, refer to ReSharper features in different languages.

Use checkboxes to enable and disable the features. You will need to restart Visual Studio to apply changes.

Features

Debugger integration

Use this checkbox to toggle Debugging assistance features. Note that this option does not affect Debug modules that have no debug information (PDB).

Dynamic Program Analysis

Use this checkbox to toggle Dynamic Program Analysis (DPA) features.

Internalization

Use this checkbox to toggle internationalization assistance features.

JavaScript and TypeScript

Use this checkbox to toggle ReSharper features support in JavaScript and TypeScript.

MSBuild and NAnt

Use this checkbox to toggle ReSharper features support in build scripts.

Navigation and Search

Use this checkbox to enable or disable navigation and search features, code exploration features, integrated decompiler, debugging assistance, type and project dependency diagrams, project hierarchy, and project reference analysis.

Protobuf

Use this checkbox to toggle ReSharper features support in Protobuf (.proto) files.

ReSharper Build

Use this checkbox to enable or disable ReSharper Build by not loading corresponding modules and UI elements.

ReSpeller

Use this checkbox to toggle ReSpeller — the ReSharper's spell-checking engine. ReSpeller will look for spelling mistakes in identifiers, comments, and string literals. When it detects a potential spelling mistake or a typo, it will let you know in the same way as other code issues — in design time or when you run code inspection in specific scope.

Unit Testing

Use this checkbox to toggle unit testing support by not loading corresponding modules and UI elements.

Web Languages

Use this checkbox to toggle ReSharper features in ASP.NET, ASP.NET MVC and Razor, HTML, and CSS.

Last modified: 01 April 2022