ReSharper 4.1 is Released

Good news again: we have released ReSharper 4.1! This minor version is highlighted by:

  • Support for Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 SP1
  • Enhanced ASP.NET experience
  • Improved performance and usability: quicker solution load, optimized Unit Test Explorer behavior, and more
  • New minor features, including name editing in code generation UI, generating backing fields for implemented interface properties, highlighting usages of XML tags and attributes
  • Bug fixes related to naming suggestions, moving regions in File Structure, Rename refactoring, error highlighting false positives, property generation, quick-fixes etc.

See Release Notes for details on bug fixes, cosmetics, new features, resolved performance and usability problems.
Download this new release now!

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4 Responses to ReSharper 4.1 is Released

  1. Thanks! Is this release supported on Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 without SP1?

  2. Libor says:

    great news, the number of fixed bugs is really impressive. anyway, will you continue with EAP or you are going to work on the next release and EAP will be avaiable right before the next release is more or less ready?

  3. Jura Gorohovsky says:

    Bill: Yes
    Libor: We’re planning to launch 4.5 EAP in late October or later. We’ll see how it goes by then.

  4. Sergey says:

    I tried ReSharper 4.1 and see that it displays warnings as errors and it is annoying. Is there some solution of this problem?

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