ReSharper: Power Tool You Cannot Do Without

Mikhail Kropotov

We’ve said time and again that ReSharper is the most intelligent add-in to Visual Studio. Patrick Riva concurs. By his own admission, of all power tools, ReSharper is the “one you couldn’t do without.”
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“Just try it and you’ll love it,” says Patrick. We hope more and more developers will take his sincere advice 😉

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3 Responses to ReSharper: Power Tool You Cannot Do Without

  1. Milan Negovan says:

    January 30, 2007


    With all due respect… What happened to the last build (2.5.1)? I’ve been enjoying ReSharper all along, but this last build is atrocious.

    For example, you open up a resource file—it throws errors all over the place and sucks all the available memory! Or some of the “warnings” and “errors” it flags in code-behind now are downright wrong.

    Looking forward to a 2.5.2 or something. 😉

  2. Obfuscator says:

    February 1, 2007

    Hi Milan,
    Our team is looking into the problem you indicated.

  3. John says:

    February 9, 2007

    I agree, this build almost made me stop using Resharper. Intellisense is not working, I get errors all over the plae that was fine with the previous build, and it is SLOWWWWW and very memory hungry. I am using VS2005 Team Edition.


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