With the latest version of the ReSharper 8 EAP, JetBrains shipped an extension manager for plugins, annotations and settings. Where it previously was a hassle and a suboptimal experience to install plugins into ReSharper, it’s really easy to do now. And what is really nice is that this extension manager is built on top of NuGet! Which means we can do all sorts of tricks…
The first thing that comes to mind is creating a personal NuGet feed containing just those plugins that are of interest to me. And where better to create such feed than MyGet? Create a new feed, navigate to the Package Sources pane and add a new package source. There’s a preset available for using the ReSharper extension gallery!
After adding the ReSharper extension gallery as a package source, we can start adding our favorite plugins, annotations and extensions to our own feed.
Of course there are some other things we can do as well:
- “Proxy” the plugins from the ReSharper extension gallery and post your project/team/organization specific plugins, annotations and settings to your private feed. Check this post for more information.
- Push prerelease versions of your own plugins, annotations and settings to a MyGet feed. Once stable, push them “upstream” to the ReSharper extension gallery.
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