The Inspections (ReSharper) build runner allows you to use the benefits of the JetBrains ReSharper code quality analysis feature right in TeamCity, with the help of the bundled JetBrains ReSharper Command Line Tools. You can use the tools within TeamCity without any additional ReSharper license.
Find probable bugs
Eliminate errors and code smells
Detect performance issues
Improve the code structure and maintainability
Ensure the code conforms to guidelines, standards and specifications
ReSharper command line tools 2018.2 or newer require .NET Framework 4.6.1 or newer.
You can also refer to the ReSharper documentation for more details.
Sources to Analyze
Solution file path
The path to the
Specify project name wildcards to analyze only a part of the solution. Leave blank to analyze the whole solution. Separate wildcards with new lines.
JetBrains.CommandLine.* *.Common *.Tests.*
This option allows you to handle the Visual Studio Multi-Targeting feature.
.NET Framework versions 2.0–4.8 are supported.
JetBrains ReSharper Command Line Tools Settings
R# CLT Home Directory
Select the ReSharper Command Line Tools version.
Select the platform bitness of the InspectCode tool. To find code issues in C++ projects, use the x86 platform.
Custom settings profile path
The path to the file containing ReSharper settings created with JetBrains ReSharper 6.1 or later.
Enable debug output
Check this option to include debug messages in the build log and publish the file with additional logs (
Additional inspectCode.exe arguments
Specify newline-separated command line parameters to add to calling
Build Failure Conditions
If a build has too many inspection errors or warnings, you can configure it to fail by setting a build failure condition.
Build before analyze
In order to have adequate inspections' execution results, you may need to build your solution before running analysis. This pre-step is especially actual when you use (implicitly or explicitly) code generation in your project.
Bundled ReSharper Versions
You can view the installed versions of ReSharper on the Server Administration | Tools page. The bundled version is set as default; you can install other versions and change the default settings.