How to make ReSharper C++ only analyze files that I have open?

Answered

I've started the 30 day trial of ReSharper C++ today, and woah, that thing is awesome.

However, when I use Unreal Engine C++, ReSharper analyzes the whole solution. How can I make it only analyze the files that I open? or at least make it analyze my project only, not the UE4 project? analyzing the whole solution consumes a lot of resources especially when I have Unreal Engine open at the same time, my PC starts lagging.

2 comments
Comment actions Permalink

Hello Bily,

 

thank you for the feedback. Glad to know you are enjoying ReSharper C++.

You can add projects/folders/files that you don't want to be analysed in the list of skipped code via ReSharper | Options | Code Editing | Third-Party Code.

Here are some more details about the feature - https://www.jetbrains.com/help/resharper/Reference_Options_Code_Editing_Third_Party_Code.html

Please let me know if you have any more questions.

Thank you.

1
Comment actions Permalink

Yeah that helped, thanks. I actually have another question too:
Will disabling IntelliSense still make ReSharper work fine? I just want to make sure Visual Studio uses minimum resources.

0

Please sign in to leave a comment.