ReSharper 3.0 (b468) Released!
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.