With the advent of Roslyn, it is now possible to think in ASTs and capturing them into source files. The advantage of this is that the AST files (or .ast file) would be the "source" file, and the developer would then load a "view" of this file based on their formatting preferences.
This would solve the problem of each team member constantly reformatting files to their preferred method of formatting files. In addition, this would remove all (frustrating and conflicting) discussions (or arguments) over the "best" style for code.
I have created a Visual Studio vote for this idea here:
However, I am very aware that ReSharper doesn't support Roslyn, nor does it plan to for the foreseeable future. My thought is that maybe JetBrains could also introduce this idea (and probably better and faster than the Visual Studio team, based on history :)), so I wanted to open a discussion here with the community to guage viablity and/or interest.
Any feedback/discussion would be greatly appreciated.