Did you report issues with ReSharper 6.1? Did you take part in the latest early access program? If you did, chances are that your efforts are now being rewarded: we have just made available ReSharper 6.1.1: a new maintenance release of the awesome Visual Studio productivity tool.
Let’s put it this way: if you’re fine with version 6.1, you probably shouldn’t be upgrading to 6.1.1. However, if you’ve been experiencing any of these 40 bugs with 6.1 that are now fixed, go on and download ReSharper 6.1.1.
Most prominent issues resolved for 6.1.1 include code cleanup options not being saved under the new settings engine (RSRP-287390), removing necessary import directives on code cleanup (RSRP-287334), bogus ambiguous reference errors in .cshtml files (RSRP-286884), and file masks applied to a broader set of files than expected (RSRP-287762). Here’s the entire list of fixes.