Optimizing C# code analysis for quicker .NET compilation

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  • fluentassertions.analyzers

    Analyzers based on the FluentAssertions best practices docs

    Several well-known NuGet packages such as xUnit.net, FluentAssertions, StyleCop, Entity Framework Core, and others include by default a significant number of Roslyn analyzers. They help you adhere to the conventions and best practices of these libraries.

  • StyleCopAnalyzers

    An implementation of StyleCop rules using the .NET Compiler Platform

    Several well-known NuGet packages such as xUnit.net, FluentAssertions, StyleCop, Entity Framework Core, and others include by default a significant number of Roslyn analyzers. They help you adhere to the conventions and best practices of these libraries.

  • InfluxDB

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  • AsyncFixer

    Advanced async/await Diagnostics and CodeFixes for C#

    AsyncFixer adds almost 30 seconds.

  • xUnit

    xUnit.net is a free, open source, community-focused unit testing tool for .NET.

    Several well-known NuGet packages such as xUnit.net, FluentAssertions, StyleCop, Entity Framework Core, and others include by default a significant number of Roslyn analyzers. They help you adhere to the conventions and best practices of these libraries.

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