Proper way to share code clean up

What is the proper way to share code clean up settings?

Also why isn't there a share entire resharper configuration? It's quite frustrating having to configure settings for every solution, for every team member. I know there's code style sharing but it should be the entire R# configuration!

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I completely agree. It's hard enough to convince other team members to use ReSharper. It would be much easier if I could show them that we could all share the same configuration.

Right now I cannot do this and it's hard for me to market ReSharper to my fellow team members.

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I'm as, or more, interested in how to properly share naming and style
conventions, and warnings/hints/suggestions settings.



"Chris Marisic"  wrote in message
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What is the proper way to share code clean up settings?

Also why isn't there a share entire resharper configuration? It's quite
frustrating having to configure settings for every solution, for every team
member. I know there's code style sharing but it should be the entire R#
configuration!

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PaulB wrote:

I'm as, or more, interested in how to properly share naming and style
conventions, and warnings/hints/suggestions settings.



"Chris Marisic"  wrote in message
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What is the proper way to share code clean up settings?

Also why isn't there a share entire resharper configuration? It's quite
frustrating having to configure settings for every solution, for every team
member. I know there's code style sharing but it should be the entire R#
configuration!

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Original message URL: http://devnet.jetbrains.net/message/5316128#5316128 

Indeed that too

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An easy way to share R# settings is to copy the settings file located (on Windows XP) at "Documents and settings\<your user name>\Application Data\Jetbrains\Resharper\v6.0\UserSettings.xml". Here you will find all your settings (code cleanup, defined templates, code style, settings for analyzing...).

Regards
Klaus

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I hate to link to another application, but when it solves the problem ....
We use Resharper settings manager http://rsm.codeplex.com/ to manage all settings between 20 developers. He doesn't have a version for R# 6 out yet but I can say that the v5 version works really well (with R#5).

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