Double Bug-fix Release for ReSharper
We are pleased to announce a double bug fix release which includes ReSharper versions 2.0.4 and 3.0.2.
ReSharper 3.0.2 includes Unit Test Explorer usability improvements and bugfixes, as well as enhanced support for ASP.NET. A number of other bugs are fixed as well.
In addition, ReSharper 3.0.2 C# Edition enables support for ReSharper 2.0 licenses purchased since April 15, 2007. If you bought ReSharper 2.0 recently, you’re welcome to download and use ReSharper 3.0.2 C# without having to pay the upgrade price. See Release notes & Download v3.0.2
ReSharper 2.0.4 includes several bugfixes and also introduces cross-version license support: those who are using Full and C# editions of ReSharper 3.0 can now use ReSharper with Visual Studio 2003 for free. See Release notes & Download v2.0.4
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