ReSharper 8.0.1 EAP is Open
Nothing is perfect, including ReSharper 8.0. After a month of usage, there’s a more or less clear picture of issues and regressions that should be addressed in a bugfix update for 8.0. Since many of the issues that have surfaced are already fixed, ReSharper 8.0.1 Early Access is now available and includes 60+ fixes.
The list of fixes made this far covers unit testing first and foremost (freezes, crashes, incorrect status after running tests), followed by UI fixes including those for the new License Information dialog box. Other fixed issues include settings that couldn’t be exported in 8.0, and code analysis regressions such as second check expression in a double-check lock reported as always true (RSRP-358572).
Note that we’re looking to fix 50 more issues before releasing 8.0.1, and they will be addressed in subsequent 8.0.1 EAP builds.
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