Enters ReSharper Ultimate 10.0.2

Download ReSharper Ultimate 10.0.2, which includes a slew of bug fixes and improvements to ReSharper, ReSharper C++, dotTrace, dotMemory, dotCover and dotPeek.

ReSharper Ultimate 10.0.2

Highlights of this update

  • Unit testing. In addition to support for NUnit 3.0 RTM, unit testing has seen noticeable improvements in terms of support for test cases and grouping, handling of debugging sessions, time spent for setup and teardown code runs. Many presentation glitches in Unit Test Sessions have been fixed as well.
  • Bogus red code. We have fixed incorrectly highlighted red code in solutions containing .modelproj and .wixproj project types, as well as in DNX projects, projects targeting .NET Framework 4.6 and portable libraries.
  • ReSharper Build. There’s an array of improvements in the way ReSharper Build works, notably with regard to monitoring changed dependencies, respecting settings that govern whether to display results upon completing a rebuild, and better support for specifics of Visual Studio 2015.
  • JavaScript and TypeScript. Improvements include a performance tuneup, as well as fixes to incorrect code inspections, usage search and navigation.
  • In other news, Stack Trace Explorer has received a set of fixes; you can now disable ReSharper code tooltip if you prefer how other Visual Studio extensions decorate the tooltip; introducing a variable from inside a lambda expression doesn’t produce broken code anymore; and you can export items from File Structure again!

ReSharper C++, dotCover, dotTrace, dotMemory and dotPeek have received their varying shares of bug fixing in the past month but it’s ReSharper that leads the breed in terms of sheer number of improvements. For your reference, this is how distribution by subsystem looks like for issues fixed in ReSharper 10.0.2:

ReSharper 10.0.2: fixed issues by subsystem

If you’re interested, here’s the entire list of fixes across ReSharper Ultimate products.

Important note to Visual Studio 2015 users

If you have migrated to Visual Studio 2015, please make sure to install VS2015 Update 1. This is especially important if you are experiencing Visual Studio freezes upon starting debugging, pulling from your VCS repository, starting a refactoring, editing XAML in visual mode or in other scenarios described in comments to RSRP-450181. Visual Studio 2015 Update 1 is known to fix a part of MSBuild calls that these freezes are usually traced back to.

Time to download

Upon reading the above, we hope you’re now well prepared to download and install ReSharper Ultimate 10.0.2.

This release wraps up the year for the .NET team here at JetBrains. We’d like to welcome 2016, and we’re hoping to open EAP for a new ReSharper Ultimate release sometime in January.

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28 Responses to Enters ReSharper Ultimate 10.0.2

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  2. Mike-EEE says:

    Man… I have been using Continuous Testing now, and while it does show promise, I have been having a lot of troubles with minor issues such as number counts being inaccurate. Looks like those fixes didn’t make it in there.

    Also, I am finding with 10.0.2 that the load time for my tests are taking considerably longer than in VS’s Test Explorer. It is hard to know the total time as the “show time” in CT is not working. :(

    I am also using XUnit, so I do not know if the runner is not jiving with the latest R# Ultimate or not. Anyways, I hope these issues are addressed soon.

  3. trailmax says:

    Great to see R# team listen to the community moans and done the bugfix release. Installing at the moment – let’s see how it plays this time.

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  5. Dan Shechter says:

    R# 10.0.2 still has regressions, with NUnit 3.0 at least, explicit tests that are skipped by the console runner are being run by R#…

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  7. tobi says:

    Perf is noticeably worse with Vs13+v10 compared to Vs15+v9. Is this VS or is it Resharper?

    The number one feature at this point that I as a customer want is perf. Waiting for the completion list or waiting for quick fixes to show up kills the value of those features.

    • Jura Gorohovsky says:

      tobi, we’d need a performance snapshot in order to find out what’s causing the lag. Can you go to ReSharper > Help > Profile Visual Studio and send us a snapshot? Thanks

  8. Thank you for being responsive and fixing issues that bothered us. Will upgrade and continue developing with pleasure!

  9. Vlad Vizitiu says:

    Great news about the fixes and performance improvements but…

    Is there a way use the old icons? reason i’m asking is that i’m more accustomed to using the icons on windows 8.1 and 10 for the tools like dotPeek and such, and now it’s harder to distinguish between DM DP DT DC


    • Jura Gorohovsky says:

      Vlad, unfortunately there’s no official way to bring back old icons. I’m guessing this would simply require a habit in all of us to evolve.

  10. Giedrius says:

    In some comment was promised Typescript 1.7 support in, but I can’t manage to force R# to work with Typescript 1.7 even if I set 1.6 version in R# options as suggested.
    For example, I have Test.ts and ITest.d.ts in same folder, and Test.ts can’t see namespace from ITest.d.ts without specifying reference comment, which was not needed before.
    Visual studio compiles the ts files just fine.

  11. MK says:

    When i update to 10.0.2 and run my unit tests. All the unit tests pass, but i get a message at the end of the execution

    Unit Test Runner dialog,
    Message is : Unit Test Runner failed to run tests. Unable to find assembly ‘log4net, Version=, Culture=neutral, PublicKeytoken=669e0ddf0bb1aa2a’.

    This was not happening on 10.0.1

  12. caseee says:

    Interpolated string are marked red and as a error in visual basic 14.

    • Jura Gorohovsky says:

      That’s correct: version 10.0.2 doesn’t provide support for VB.NET 14.

      We’re slowly working to support this language versions in future releases of ReSharper (I’d love to commit to 10.1 but I’m afraid it’s too early to judge.)

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  14. Chris says:

    Is there an update on VB.NET 14 support? Can you give us an ETA? Is it currently being worked or are you even working on it yet?

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