ReSharper 8.1.1 Goes EAP: More TypeScript Support + Fixes

Posted on by Jura Gorohovsky

There’s got to be at least one more maintenance release in the 8.x family, and we’re taking the first step in this direction.

ReSharper 8.1.1 EAP is, first of all, about expanding TypeScript support. Apart from architecture improvements that you can’t see right away, v8.1.1 brings popular ReSharper features to TypeScript such as naming inspections, “create from usage” quick-fixes and navigation combos with support for path filtering in Go to Everything, Go to File, Go to Type:

Other than that, ReSharper 8.1.1 EAP brings a (modest) set of fixes that are mostly related to unit testing (4 fixes) and ReSharper Command Line Tools (5 fixes). Here’s the entire list of issues fixed in 8.1.1 so far.

At this point we suggest that you download ReSharper and/or ReSharper Command Line Tools from the ReSharper 8.1.1 EAP page only if you’re interested in TypeScript development and/or if any of the fixed issues are directly relevant to you; otherwise you can safely skip this EAP.

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8 Responses to ReSharper 8.1.1 Goes EAP: More TypeScript Support + Fixes

  1. Dew Drop – January 21, 2014 (#1706) | Morning Dew says:

    January 21, 2014

    […] ReSharper 8.1.1 Goes EAP: More TypeScript Support + Fixes (Jura Gorohovsky) […]

  2. Todd Aspeotis says:

    January 26, 2014

    How’s RePlusPlus going?

    • Jura Gorohovsky says:

      January 26, 2014

      New builds are being made available on a regular basis via private EAP.

  3. Mike Hudgell says:

    February 18, 2014

    Are 8.1.1 EAPs taking a break?

    • Jura Gorohovsky says:

      February 18, 2014

      Kind of. Looking to publish a new one in coming days.

  4. David Edwards says:

    February 18, 2014

    Any idea when unit tests for typescript will be supported?

    • Jura Gorohovsky says:

      February 18, 2014

      We’re going to push Jasmine support to EAP soon.

      • David Edwards says:

        February 18, 2014

        Glad to hear it!

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