ReSharper vs Code Analysis (FxCop)

We have some struggle with MS Code Analysis to work in our Continuous Integration environment. Everyone is also using ReSharper 8.1 in Visual Studio 2013 and an idea is to skip MS Code Analysis and do ReSharper inspecions on the CI-servers instead. Please share your pros and cons for that.

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I guess it depends which rules you would like to apply? FxCop worked out of the box in our TFS builds (Visual Studio Online hosted build controller), but have not been been able to get the Resharper CLT to work in the build (yet). I would like to include Resharper as well, because it has in rules which would be nice to include as well (e.g. naming conventions).

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Today we use almost default Code Analysis ruleset (about 230) and before we dig into all 1400+ ReSharper rules it would be nice to know which rules from Code Analysis that arn not covered in ReSharper.
I reslly like the way ReSharper do analysis of the *.cs files instead of the binaries.

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