Does the command line version of ReSharper process Optimize References?

ReSharper has a feature called Optimize References that will remove unused References from the project file.  This is great and works well in the VS IDE.

However, I was hoping to do this from the command-line so I downloaded the command-line version of ReSharper and it doesn't appear to me that it will removed unused References within a project file.

Could anyone confirm this, please?


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No, the command line version is effectively read-only. It's intended use is to generate a log of analysis warnings, for use in a CI environment. There is no provision to perform automated refactorings or quick fixes.


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