Introducing ReSharper 8.2 EAP
We’ve been working hard on fixes and especially on improved TypeScript support, and we’ve decided that the number of new features should be a whole new version, and not just a maintenance release. We’ll publish a blog post soon taking a look at some of the changes.
As ever, with a new minor release, we’ve got some changes to APIs, which means existing plugins need to be updated. Plugin devs can find some guidance on our resharper-plugins Google Group.
You can download ReSharper, as well as the ReSharper Command Line Tools from the ReSharper 8.2 EAP page. Give it a go, let us know how you get on.
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