I find myself using Resharper hot-keys in LinqPad by accident. It'd be cool if Resharper worked in LinqPad like it does in VS.
ReSharper is for people who don't know how to write quality code on their own.
Keep that bloatware out of the concise nature of LinqPad
David J commented
In this blog article from JetBrains, they say "We’ve been working for several years in allowing ReSharper to work in different environments, independently of Visual Studio. An example of this is dotPeek." There's hope. http://blog.jetbrains.com/dotnet/2016/01/13/project-rider-a-csharp-ide/
As previously mentioned I doubt integration with Resharper will ever happen, but I don't see any reason we can't have a shortcut key mapping that is the equivalent to resharper. For that reason I've opened a separate suggestion here: https://linqpad.uservoice.com/forums/18302-linqpad-feature-suggestions/suggestions/11051385-resharper-keyboard-shortcuts please vote for it! :)
I agree this is unlikely to happen but I'd settle for some shortcut remapping (in Linqpad 5) to resharper's.
Johann Dirry commented
I don't belive that this is really possible. however, it is probably possible to use Roslyn for refactorings.
Andrew McClenaghan commented
This would be amazing. I am sure that if plugin support was available then they could build it for LINQPad.
Peter Crabtree commented
I have no idea how something like this could happen, but if it could, oh man...
Chris Bingham commented
even just extract variable would we super awesome :)
Thomas Levesque commented
That would be cool, but I don't think there is the slightest change it will ever happen...
Resharper suggestions/refactorings in LINQPad would be super awesome