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What is StyleCop and how does it work?

StyleCop analyzes C# source code to enforce a set of style and consistency rules. It is available in two primary forms: The StyleCop Visual Studio extension, which allows StyleCop analysis to be run on any file, project, or solution in Visual Studio without modifying the source code.

What is the StyleCop Visual Studio extension?

The StyleCop Visual Studio extension, which allows StyleCop analysis to be run on any file, project, or solution in Visual Studio without modifying the source code. Visual Studio 2010, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2017, and 2019 are supported by this extension.

How do I configure StyleCop?

Configuring StyleCop is done in two optional steps. First, you can use rule set files to configure which rules are checked and how strongly you feel about them. Second, you can add a stylecop.json file to your project to fine-tune some rules.

How do I use StyleCop analyzers with Roslyn?

Just remember you need to add the StyleCop.Analyzers package to each project you want to analyze and set the Build Action of each linked stylecop.json file to ?Additional Files? or ?C# analyzer additional file? (depending on your project type). The StyleCop Analyzers use Roslyn under the hood.

Why did we choose StyleCop?

When you work in a team it is of great importance that you all follow the same rules. Otherwise your turn a code base in a mess in no time. We settled for StyleCop because it allowed us to delegate the nitpicking of code formatting and code style to a tool that does it automatically at development time.

How do I use StyleCop rules with code inspections?

If you use StyleCop.Analyzers, you can detect StyleCop rules violations with code inspections and see them in the build output, as well as use quick-fixes to enforce the rules. But rules from StyleCop.Analyzers will not be applied when you run code cleanup or reformat your code.

How does the StyleCop integration work with JetBrains rider?

When StyleCop integration is enabled, settings from settings.stylecop files will override JetBrains Rider code formatting and code syntax styles, and enable corresponding code inspections.

What is the difference between style cop and FxCop?

StyleCop analyses the source code, allowing it to enforce a different set of rules from FxCop (which, instead of source code, checks .NET managed code assemblies ). The rules are classified into the following categories:

How do I get Started with StyleCop?

Getting Started with stylecop.json. The easiest way to add a stylecop.json configuration file to a new project is using a code fix provided by the project. To invoke the code fix, open any file where SA1633 is reported¹ and press Ctrl+. to bring up the Quick Fix menu. From the menu, select Add StyleCop settings file to the project.

How do I add a StyleCop configuration file to a project?

The easiest way to add a stylecop.json configuration file to a new project is using a code fix provided by the project. To invoke the code fix, open any file where SA1633 is reported¹ and press Ctrl+. to bring up the Quick Fix menu. From the menu, select Add StyleCop settings file to the project.

What is a StyleCop file?

The stylecop.json file is just a text file which can be placed at the solution level and can be shared by each project in the solution. Am example of the stylecop.json added to the solution is as follows:

Can I customize StyleCop’s default rules?

If StyleCop’s default rules don’t suit your needs, you can turn many of them off, or even create your own. Rules can be customized on a project by project basis or globally across multiple projects. They can even be applied in a cascading manner, with multiple settings files for a single project.

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