Now this qualifies as a great idea – integrating the code layout enforcement of StyleCop with the dynamic at-your-fingertips goodness of ReSharper: StyleCop for ReSharper.

Definitely something to download and try out, especially since they’ve got automatic fixes for many of the rule violations.

Clarification (before someone accuses me of having my priorities messed up): Clean code isn’t a worthy goal in its own right – Maintainable code is. StyleCop is just one tool assist with achieving the goal maintainability – StyleCop is useful, but not sufficient.


blog comments powered by Disqus
Next Post
Validation and Domain Driven Design  27 Feb 2009
Prior Post
Strange Win.Forms behaviour  23 Feb 2009
Related Posts
Using Constructors  27 Feb 2023
An Inconvenient API  18 Feb 2023
Method Archetypes  11 Sep 2022
A bash puzzle, solved  02 Jul 2022
A bash puzzle  25 Jun 2022
Improve your troubleshooting by aggregating errors  11 Jun 2022
Improve your troubleshooting by wrapping errors  28 May 2022
Keep your promises  14 May 2022
When are you done?  18 Apr 2022
Fixing GitHub Authentication  28 Nov 2021
February 2009