All ReSharper users, please kindly welcome ReSharper 6 Early Access Program that starts today.
Download ReSharper 6 EAP builds and watch that page for subsequent builds.
Why should you care? Here’s a couple of reasons why you should try ReSharper 6 EAP right now:
- You’re working with a lot of CSS and you’re struggling to sort it out. Highlighting, navigation and search features for CSS are now available to you.
- You’re a VB.NET developer who’s looking enviously at ReSharper code analysis features previously available for C# only. ReSharper 6 introduces code inspections for VB.NET as well.
For those of you hesitating, here’s why may want to refrain from trying ReSharper 6 EAP at this point:
- EAP provides builds of that are not guaranteed to even run on your machine. They normally do run but certain features may not work as expected.
- You’re expecting ASP.NET MVC 3/Razor support that we had earlier committed to provide. It’s not there yet but we’ll add it in forthcoming builds.
As usual, please report bugs and feature requests to ReSharper bug tracker. Let us know what you think.
Navigation and Search
Go to File Member, which always goes hand in hand with File Structure, is available as well.
Find and Highlight Usages
Look for subsequent blog posts for more information on CSS support, VB.NET improvements, and other red-hot ReSharper 6 features.