ReSharper 9.2 Expected in August, Will Support Visual Studio 2015 RTM, Windows 10

As we have recently released ReSharper 9.1.1 and more ReSharper Ultimate updates, you might be wondering what we have in store for the remainder of the year. This is even more important to know considering that Microsoft is expected to reach a couple of major milestones in upcoming months, specifically the final releases of Visual Studio 2015 and Windows 10.

First of all, as you might have noticed from recent releases coming out of JetBrains, we are making a habit of updating ReSharper Ultimate products every 3-4 months.

We want to keep this pace further on, which means that a new update to ReSharper (version 9.2) and other members the ReSharper Ultimate family is expected to release in August 2015.

Let’s see what we expect ReSharper 9.2 is to provide:

  • Support for Visual Studio 2015 RTM. That’s right: you don’t have to wait for a new major ReSharper release to enjoy full support for the final bits of Visual Studio 2015: ReSharper 9.2 will bring it to the table.
  • Support for Windows 10 universal applications. Windows 10 is set to release in coming months as well, and ReSharper 9.2 will work with Windows 10 universal applications and hopefully provide dedicated coding assistance to help with the adaptive coding pattern that is widely used in Windows 10 application development.
  • Solid support for ASP.NET 5 including the new tag helper syntax and getting the unit test runner to cope with DNX.
  • More improvements in terms of unit testing, C#6 and ECMAScript 6 support.

Speaking of other products that are part of the ReSharper Ultimate family, a significant point is that the upcoming ReSharper C++ update (1.1) will add an hierarchy view for include directives, improve support for C++11 and introduce a set of new refactorings.

We expect to open an Early Access Program for ReSharper 9.2, ReSharper C++ 1.1 and other ReSharper Ultimate tools by early July, so stay tuned!

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14 Responses to ReSharper 9.2 Expected in August, Will Support Visual Studio 2015 RTM, Windows 10

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  3. Tom Robinson says:

    “you don’t have to wait for a new major ReSharper release to enjoy full support for the final bits of Visual Studio 2015”

    Thank you.

  4. Will it include textual search as hinted by the creator of the gotoword extension?

  5. Emil Palm says:

    Cant wait for the add-ons to start working again since they do not work in 9.1.1 when ReSharper is installed for all users. (Issue: RSRP-440882).
    Sort of a must in an educational environment with multiple users :)

    • Jura Gorohovsky says:

      As far as I can see, the issue is already fixed in 9.2 branch, so hopefully you won’t have to wait for too long.

  6. Levaneng says:

    I can’t wait this release. I’d like to select a different color for properties and fields. Up to version 9.1, Resharper just can select a color for both. In Fonts and colors, this is called Resharper Field Identifier. In the future, have you ever think split this setting for both values?

    • Jura Gorohovsky says:

      There’s an existing feature request to provide different identifiers for properties and fields, and I suggest that you vote it up.

      However, unfortunately we can’t commit to implementing it soon as it’s currently quite deep in the backlog.

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  8. James says:

    @Jura Gorohovsky is this on then product roadmap at all? It is the one thing from R# 8 (via GoTo Word plugin) that I am sorely missing in v9.

    • Jura Gorohovsky says:

      I’d say unlikely but the best way is to ask @controlflow on the github issue page.

      • James says:

        I meant as a feature of ReSharper. It seems like such a basic feature that I’m not sure why we ought to harangue a plugin writer to fix a plugin that ReSharper API changes has broken. Yes, it would be great if he would fix it, but it would be even greater for JetBrains to add this as a feature or comment on it as doable or not doable. Clearly lots of customers want it – ReSharper is a resource hog, so it should take full advantage of the indexes it creates.

        • Jura Gorohovsky says:

          The thing is, @controlflow is a ReSharper developer, and he maintains the plugin in his free time. Whether or not he can allocate the necessary amount of time to integrate the plugin into ReSharper is fully and entirely a question to ask him.

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