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CodeDOM Providers for .NET Compiler Platform ("Roslyn")
Replacement CodeDOM providers that use the new .NET Compiler Platform ("Roslyn") compiler as a service APIs. This provides support for new language features in systems using CodeDOM (e.g. ASP.NET runtime compilation) as well as improving the compilation performance of these systems....
.NET Compilers package.
Referencing this package will cause the project to be built using the specific version of the C# and Visual Basic compilers contained in the package, as opposed to any system installed version.
This package can be used to compile code targeting any platform, but...
StyleChecker is yet another code style checker and refactoring tool like FxCopAnalyzers, StyleCop Analyzers, SonarLint, Roslynator, and so on.
"Require named arguments" Roslyn code analyzer and code-fix provider for C#
"Use named arguments" Roslyn code analyzer and code-fix provider for C#
"Must use return value" Roslyn code analyzer for C#
AOP Alternative to T4. Basic attributes to decorate type for RoslynMacros use.
AOP Alternative to T4. Autocomplete classes with macros with the help of Roslyn
Analyzers that check:
- NUnit Retry attributes existence on methods that marked with 'Test' attribute
- Such attributes should have 'tryCount' value greater than 1
Guidelines for using .NET Compiler Platform (Roslyn) APIs.
xUnit.net [Code Analyzers]
Code Analyzers for projects using xUnit.net that help find and fix frequent issues when writing tests.
An implementation of StyleCop's rules using Roslyn analyzers and code fixes
Microsoft FxCop rules implemented as analyzers using the .NET Compiler Platform (Roslyn).
Analyzers for .NetCore APIs
Analyzers for APIs specific to the full .NetFramework which are not present in .NetCore.
SonarAnalyzer for C#
Analyzers which spot bugs and code smells in your code. This package is best used together with SonarLint for Visual Studio (http://vs.sonarlint.org) and/or the SonarQube platform (http://www.sonarqube.org).
A collection of analyzers related to best practices for writing asynchronous code.