ReSharper 4.5 Beta Released

Posted on by Jura Gorohovsky

Your wait is almost over: ReSharper 4.5 has gone public beta, and the official release is just a few weeks away!
 
After significantly expanding the set of ReSharper features in previous releases, we’ve shifted focus to the issues of performance and memory usage. Making the tool more agile, robust and responsive was our main goal when developing ReSharper 4.5.
 
ReSharper 4.5 brings a wide-ranging set of improvements that go way beyond performance enhancements:

  • Performance and memory consumption: When working on large solutions, you’ll feel a great deal of difference between ReSharper 4.0 and 4.5.
  • New solution-wide warnings and suggestions: Analyze usage of non-private types and type members within your whole solution.
  • Visual Basic 9 support: ReSharper’s cross-language refactorings and editing experience enhancements now provide support for VB9 code.
  • Extended setup for naming conventions, which are now supported by all ReSharper features.
  • New Inline Field refactoring and enhancements in existing refactorings.
  • Go to Implementation: Go from usage of a class or method straight to its end implementation, bypassing abstract classes and/or interfaces.

 
To get your hands on the public beta, download it now!

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10 Responses to ReSharper 4.5 Beta Released

  1. ReSharper 4.5 Beta Released - Laurent Kempé says:

    March 13, 2009

    […] Jura Gorohovsky just posted on the release of a public beta of ReSharper 4.5 […]

  2. Michael Teper says:

    March 13, 2009

    Could you write about the new naming convention support? Specifically, I would really like to change the auto-generated event handler names to match the Visual Studio convention ([ObjectName]_[EventName] instead of new ReSharper convention of [ObjectName]On[EventName]).

    I couldn’t find a way to change this in ReSharper options.

  3. Alex Hoffman says:

    March 15, 2009

    Unfortunately, installing the beta has removed the Resharper color entries from the Fonts and Colors Options dialog. So I no longer have my customised color scheme. Choosing the repair option on the Installer does not fix this 🙁

  4. Reflective Perspective - Chris Alcock » The Morning Brew #307 says:

    March 16, 2009

    […] ReSharper 4.5 Beta Released – JetBrains announce the beta release of ReSharper 4.5, which brings with it considerable performance improvements along with solution wide warnings and suggestions, better support for naming conventions, and many other features and refinements […]

  5. DotNetShoutout says:

    March 16, 2009

    JetBrains .NET Tools Blog » Blog Archive » ReSharper 4.5 Beta Released…

    Thank you for submitting this cool story – Trackback from DotNetShoutout…

  6. nblog : Wtyczki do ReSharper 4.5 – Odc. 4 – R#4.5 Beta i errata do trzeciego odcinka says:

    March 17, 2009

    […] samego dnia, w którym opublikowa?em trzeci? cz??? tej serii ukaza?a si? oficjalna wersja beta ReSharpera 4.5. Z jednej strony ucieszy?em si?, ?e w ko?cu b?d? móg? zobaczy? kolejne wydanie (nocnych […]

  7. ?ukasz G?sior - Blog says:

    March 18, 2009

    ReSharper 4.5 Beta…

    Oj dzieje si?, dzieje 🙂
    Od wczoraj jest dost?pne ASP.NET MVC w wersji RTM, dodatkowo zosta? udost?pniony ASP.NET AJAX 4.0 w wersji Preview 4 (o tym wkrótce); a do tego JetBrains do?o?y? bet? ReShapera 4.5 🙂 Nic tylko bra? tydzie? urlopu i …

  8. Andy Reeves says:

    March 29, 2009

    The StyleCop For ReSharper plugin is also available now and is compatible with the 4.5 beta at http://stylecopforresharper.codeplex.com/Release/ProjectReleases.aspx?ReleaseId=25372

  9. Noel McCrory says:

    March 30, 2009

    Hi, I currently have a developer license for version 4.1 of ReSharper. I was wondering does this license cover version 4.5?

    Thanks,
    Noel

  10. Sam says:

    July 17, 2009

    I installed this (for the first time). Running VS 2008 on Vista x64 on a Dell laptop with T7300 @ 2GHz and 4GB memory. Only running one instance of VS and it is unusably slow, for example everytime i type: type x = new … i end up with new(); because the intellisense takes about a second to bring up the type suggestion. Needs to be about 350% faster before I’d consider using/paying for it. Dont like how Ctrl+Left Click has been hijacked. Hate (passionately) the “” () [] autocompletion thing. Try again for 5.0…

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