StyleCop for ReSharper has been released last week as a plugin for ReSharper to bring StyleCop code styling issues to ReSharper real-time syntax highlighting, quick-fixes, and Code CleanUp.
Although I personally don’t like many of StyleCop rules, but like ReSharper rules, they can be turned off individually. The plugin performance can also be customized from within the ReSharper options window.
More about StyleCop:
Microsoft StyleCop analyzes C# source code to enforce a set of style and consistency rules. It can be run from inside of Visual Studio or integrated into an MSBuild project. It is another static analysis tool by Microsoft like FxCop, but the later analyzes the compiled object code for design issues, not the source code.
More about ReSharper:
ReSharper™ is a Visual Studio add-in created by JetBrains (the creator of many software productivity tools like IntelliJ®IDEA the Java IDE, TeamCity™ the build integration server, and dotTrace™ Profiler)
I have been using ReSharper almost since I started using Visual Studio and it has always been a complement to it. Even when Visual Studio evolved from 2003 to 2005, and finally 2008, ReSharper has still much to add.
One of the features I like most in ReSharper is its ability to detect syntax and styling error while you type, refactor code quickly, suggest variable names based on classnames, highlight redundant code, make code more readible, find references and jump to it directly if only once.
There has been some talks that Visual Studio 2010 is actually 2008 + ReSharper because of a mistake they made when they posted some snapshots of Visual Studio 2010 with ReSharper menus and screens in it.
Microsoft on the other hand had been promoting one of ReSharper competitors and announced a cooperation with DevExpress to license a free version of CodeRush Express exculsively for C# developers working on Visual Studio.