ReSharper 4.5.1 is Available

We’ve just released ReSharper 4.5.1 Maintenance build, which you can download here, or read up on the Release notes first.
This maintenance release is a free upgrade to the licensed users of any 4.x version of ReSharper. To check your upgrade eligibility, please contact
You might also like to check the new short demos at the ReSharper Overview page.
Keep developing with pleasure!

– JetBrains ReSharper Team

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5 Responses to ReSharper 4.5.1 is Available

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    Philip Beadle says:

    July 24, 2009

    Hi guys,

    What are the plans for supporting RIA Services with Resharper, at the moment its unusable in a RIA Services application.

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    Alexander says:

    July 24, 2009

    Ther performance of this version is very bad.
    After installing it my visual studio works too slow and I have to remove 4.5.1 and install 4.5.0 back :(((

    Please increase performance!

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    Luedi says:

    July 27, 2009

    Hope you will release 4.5.2 soon as there are many minor bugs in the current version. For example, since build 1275 i get an unhandled exception everytime i load a solution (see RSRP-115293). Performance is also an issue for me even if the performance of the latest nightly builds is much better than before.

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    trungpt says:

    July 31, 2009

    At the first time when I open a web site project, it seems ok but at the second time, my VS is suspended (try the same scenario many times, the problem is the same). Back to v4.1 🙁 🙁 🙁

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    hennie gottenbos says:

    August 20, 2009

    Visual Studio crashes while installing version

    I don’t know whether that is a problem of VS or R#. Everything was working fine including R# 4.5 build 1231, StyleCop and the StyleCop plugin for R#. After the crash of VS during the installation of build 1274 VS is unstable. I have had to remove R#. Reinstalling build 1231 does not solve the problem: VS keeps on crashing.

    I am currently working without R# and that is pretty horrible. Maybe someone has some suggestions (other than reinstalling Visual Studio)?

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