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ReSharper 3.0 (b468) Released!

June 21, 2007

Well, I didn’t see anything on the ReSharper blogs or anywhere, but I went to update a computer that I … *cough* broke… and needed ReSharper again—and 3.0 is now golden!

The final build was 468 and claims “experimental support” for Orcas.

Also, the “known issues” (aka small print):

NOTE: ReSharper 3.0 has experimental support for Visual Studio 2008. We don’t guarantee seamless integration and don’t support C# 3.0/VB9 new language constructs. To install ReSharper 3.0 for Visual Studio 2008 run the installer with the following command line:

  • Upgrading users may encounter duplicated ReSharper top-level menus. To remove the extra menu reset your VS settings through Tools -> Import and Export Settings -> Reset All Settings
  • Sometimes after installing ReSharper you see all ReSharper menu items disabled. In this case check that ReSharper 3.0 add-in is enabled in Tools -> Add-In Manager� dialog.
  • Refactorings don’t work with named arguments in Visual Basic .NET code
  • Navigation to classes declared in C# from Visual Basic code doesn’t work in Visual Basic edition
  • Navigation to C# unit tests throws exceptions in Visual Basic edition and vice versa
  • Find in solution explorer feature doesn’t expand solution folders. To make it work inside a solution folder first expand it manually.
  • In ASP.NET projects references to user controls established with Reference directive or using Register directive with Src attribute are not resolved.

 

  1. Willie Colon
    June 22, 2007 at 8:40 pm

    Where can I get wireless data collection software for my blackberry and Motorola. I have been trying to find something for months now. It needs to support drop down menus, gps, check boxes, maybe capture photos, and bar coding. Please help

  2. June 22, 2007 at 8:43 pm

    Hmm… no idea on a Java (Blackberry) platform… We are looking at something similar at work to support Blackberries from a company called GICSoft. May look them up and see what they can provide. Unfortunately, my experience is limited to Windows Mobile SmartPhones.😦

  3. Jeromey Clary
    June 25, 2007 at 4:28 pm

    I have been working in marketing industry for about 5 years and we found a solution that does this. We use it for wireless bar code reading and GPS tracking. The best part is we can customize the forms on-the-fly which saves us a lot of time over a customized solution. The company that makes the product is Westlake out of LA I think. There website is http://www.westlakesoftware.com. Their product is call AirMobility.net. They made a custom Extranet for us for our company to use but their main product site is http://www.airmobility.net. We found this service set up to make it pretty easy for us to migrate the information to our back office system. We use the technology and route it to 40 different servers nationally; has worked flawlessly for about three years. I am note sure if this will match your exact needs but it is what we have been using and it has been working pretty well for us.
    Jeromey Clary, VP-IT

  4. June 25, 2007 at 7:11 pm

    Very interesting; thank you for sharing Jeromey!

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