Actually I've got several question related to the topic. In general the task is finding out patterns of how ReShaper is being used in a pretty large organization, and finding out if there is a room for improvement.
Please forgive me in advance if some answers are obvious - I tried hard and didn't find them in FAQs and wiki.
- Does ReSharper itself or license server provides a way to track ReSharper usage? By usage I mean some extended data like
- Client name/ip address
- Time of ticket aquisition
- Time of ticket release
- Visual Studio version
- Is that possible to track which of ReSharper functions are being used? (I assume that is something that ReSharper collects automatically - is that possible to access the data directly of via API?)
- Suspending ReSharper in Visual Studio would release floating license ticket, is that correct?
- Is that possible to programmatically (via its own or VisualStudio API) disable ReSharper?