Monthly Archives: September 2016
Last week we opened the early access program for ReSharper Ultimate 2016.3. Below come details of what’s new in the first build. So far the updates and bug fixes are limited to the mainline ReSharper, but this is only the … Continue reading
We have just opened ReSharper Ultimate 2016.3 Early Access Program, and if you like using the latest technology, go ahead and download the first build. Changes include further evolution of TypeScript support, more ways to inject languages, initial support for … Continue reading
Along with multiple performance improvements and bug fixes, dotMemory 2016.2 brings one long-awaited feature: comparison of memory snapshots stored in different workspaces (or in other words, snapshots collected in different profiling sessions). When might this be helpful? Generally, in any … Continue reading
Sometimes, a bug fix release needs a bug fix of its own. That’s what happened to ReSharper this time: yesterday’s 2016.2.1 release introduced a bug whereby running Code Cleanup would incorrectly introduce access modifiers ahead of static constructors (RSRP-460771). If … Continue reading
Although dotTrace 2016.2 mainly focuses on performance and bug fixes, it also gets one easy-to-miss yet important new feature, which has to do with how dotTrace Timeline Viewer shows recursive calls. Recursive call stacks can be deep and difficult to … Continue reading
We have just published a bug fix update to ReSharper Ultimate 2016.2. This release contains a fine selection of 70 hand-picked bug fixes across ReSharper, ReSharper C++ and dotCover. Please download and enjoy ReSharper Ultimate 2016.2.1!