Tag Archives: dotMemory

Welcome ReSharper Ultimate 10 RTM

We are here to let you know that the final release of ReSharper Ultimate 10 is now available for download! As described earlier, all ReSharper Ultimate family tools now share a common version number to simplify dealing with compatibility issues, … Continue reading

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ReSharper Ultimate EAP 7

Today we have prepared a fresh ReSharper Ultimate EAP build. EAP 7 is mostly about fixes and stabilization across all the tools from ReSharper Ultimate family, and we encourage you to download and try it if you didn’t have a … Continue reading

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ReSharper Ultimate 10 EAP 5

Last Friday saw the release of a new ReSharper Ultimate 10 EAP build. Highlights of EAP 5 include notable changes in ReSharper and dotMemory, as well as dotTrace integrating its Timeline profiling functionality right in Visual Studio. ReSharper Revised Stack Trace … Continue reading

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All ReSharper Ultimate tools bumped up to version 10

If you have started to use ReSharper 10 EAP (build 4 or later), a strange detail might have caught your attention: Wut? Is it a bug? OK, ReSharper was meant to be versioned 10 but other Ultimate tools clearly weren’t. … Continue reading

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Details on dotTrace, dotCover, dotMemory licensing changes

tl;dr Starting November 2, dotTrace, dotCover and dotMemory will only be licensed as part of ReSharper Ultimate If you’re not licensed to dotTrace, dotCover and/or dotMemory, you can safely ignore this post There are reasons behind this change To figure … Continue reading

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Taking Memory Snapshots by Condition in dotMemory 4.4

While dotMemory 4.4 is primarily focused on dotMemory Unit 2.0, it also brings a number of useful updates. One such improvement is the ability to take memory snapshots only when a certain condition occurs. The most common use case for … Continue reading

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Memory Testing on a CI Server. dotMemory Unit Standalone Launcher

After we announced the dotMemory Unit framework, the most frequently asked question was, “When will the standalone launcher for CI be available?” Finally, the time has come! Along with dotMemory 4.4, we have also released dotMemory Unit 2.0 which contains … Continue reading

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Analyzing ineffective memory usage with dotMemory

Memory issues in .NET apps can be generally divided into 1) leaks, 2) large memory traffic, and 3) ineffective memory usage. In this blog we’ve written extensively about how dotMemory helps you deal with the first two problems. Now it’s … Continue reading

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Exploring .NET Core with ReSharper Ultimate

We recently started the EAP for ReSharper 9.1, and it might have been easy to miss that the EAP is not just for ReSharper, but for ReSharper Ultimate – that is, our entire .NET tools product range. Starting with ReSharper 9.0, … Continue reading

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Unit Testing and Memory Profiling: Can They Be Combined?

Memory profilers can hardly be called an “everyday tool.” Typically, developers start thinking about profiling their product closer to its release. This approach may work fine until some last-minute issue like a leak or huge memory traffic crushes all your … Continue reading

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