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We will provide the ability to attach the user addons shortly. Also, some
examples with "how to start" will be provided.

Moreover, we will provide shortly the ability to create and run so called
"macros" - the lightweight plugins (written in C#), compiled and runned
on-the-fly.

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Eugene Pasynkov
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JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"
"Thibaut Barrère" <no_mail@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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Hi

I'd like to know if there are already some bits/sdk available to develop
custom extensions to ReSharper. I'd like to experiment with it.

kind regards

Thibaut Barrère

http://www.dotnetguru2.org/tbarrere


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Great!

I had been discussing this point with other Jetbrainers earlier, but is it confirmed that there are ways for a plugin writer to interact with the code editor (such as underlining, or coloring, some code based on logic that I would write?)

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Hello Thibaut,

yes, the ReSharper Open API will allow you to interact with the VS code editor.
However, the release
date for Open API (and its documentation) is not determined yet.

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

Great!

I had been discussing this point with other Jetbrainers earlier, but
is it confirmed that there are ways for a plugin writer to interact
with the code editor (such as underlining, or coloring, some code
based on logic that I would write?)



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Hi there,

I have an idea - what very usefull feature ReSharper doesn't have yet. I tried to create an extension using the information from GettingStarted.html and PluginSamples solution... But... this stuff doesn't work :(

Well. I have two questions:
1. When can I expect the working version of the Open API samples and/or good documentation?
2. Or... Maybe you just implement the feature I need in?

The feature is following:
It would be really great to make ReSharper able to reorder the source such that properties are listed first (order by access, alphabetically, ...), then methods (the same manner) and so on. I think the idea is clear, isn't it? ;)

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Dmitry Pavlov
From Russia With Love!

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The idea is clear enoug :)
ReSharper itself will have this functionality by the EAP of the next version

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Eugene Pasynkov
Developer
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"
"Dmitry Pavlov" <dimaka@pochta.ru> wrote in message
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Hi there,

>

I have an idea - what very usefull feature ReSharper doesn't have yet. I
tried to create an extension using the information from
GettingStarted.html and PluginSamples solution... But... this stuff
doesn't work :(

>

Well. I have two questions:
1. When can I expect the working version of the Open API samples and/or
good documentation?
2. Or... Maybe you just implement the feature I need in?

>

The feature is following:
It would be really great to make ReSharper able to reorder the source such
that properties are listed first (order by access, alphabetically, ...),
then methods (the same manner) and so on. I think the idea is clear, isn't
it? ;)

>

---
Dmitry Pavlov
From Russia With Love!



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