Resharper Standalone

Hi,

I would like to ask if it is possible to run resharper in standalone mode. I would like to use the resharper's document- and project- model API features on a continous build server and inside a resharper plugin itself in order to get the same kind of reports. e.g. I am currently using resharper on the IDE which gives me warnings about my codestyle. I would like to get a report on the continuous build about all (project-wide) resharper checkstyle-warnings. Of course there are many other possible scenarios in which I could benefit from a standalone version.
However, since I can't find a detailed documentation about the Open API, I post this question in this forum. Eventually someone has already made some experience with this.

best regards,
joe

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Hello Joe,

It is not currently possible, or at least would be very difficult to accomplish.
However, recently we discussed the need of "ReSharper command line tools"
and that is something we promoted to the "to be planned" state. That is,
we don't currently have a plan to implement it, but one of the next planning
game will surely include this topic. Thanks for pointing out that you are
interested in it!

Sincerely,
Ilya Ryzhenkov

JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"


J> Hi,
J>
J> I would like to ask if it is possible to run resharper in standalone
J> mode. I would like to use the resharper's document- and project-
J> model API features on a continous build server and inside a
J> resharper plugin itself in order to get the same kind of reports.
J> e.g. I am currently using resharper on the IDE which gives me
J> warnings about my codestyle. I would like to get a report on the
J> continuous build about all (project-wide) resharper
J> checkstyle-warnings. Of course there are many other possible
J> scenarios in which I could benefit from a standalone version.
J> However, since I can't find a detailed documentation about the Open
J> API, I post this question in this forum. Eventually someone has
J> already made some experience with this.
J>
J> best regards,
J> joe


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