Rebracer solves an age-old problem with working on C# projects from a variety of source: source formatting settings. If you work on different open source projects, or on projects for different companies, each one is likely to have a different One True Brace Style, forcing you to change your Visual Studio settings every time you switch projects.
If you get an error when installing on Visual Studio 2010, make sure to install .Net 4.5.
How it works
Whenever you open a solution, Rebracer will check for a
To use Rebracer for a new solution, right-click the solution, click Add, New Rebracer Settings File. This will create a Rebracer.xml for the solution, seeded with your current VS settings. You can then open the Options dialog to choose settings specific to that solution. From then on, anyone who opens that solution with Rebracer installed will get those settings. You can also copy an existing Rebracer.xml file from a different solution to start with its settings. If so, you must close and re-open the solution to pick up the new file.
This project is open source; you can find more information on GitHub.
Bug reports and pull requests are welcome.