ReSharper Ultimate 2016.3 EAP 8
External stack traces open automatically
Stack Trace Explorer now lets you open external stack traces even faster – if you copy a stack trace that contains symbols from the currently opened solution and then switch focus to Visual Studio, ReSharper will automatically load it to the Stack Trace Explorer without the need of pressing any shortcuts. This behavior is configurable on the Tools | Stack Trace Explorer options page.
Decompiling directly from nuget.org
Assembly Explorer (ReSharper | Windows | Assembly Explorer) adds a new way of loading assemblies – directly from nuget.org or from any NuGet package source:
By the way, this feature has been also available in recent versions of dotPeek.
Further development of TypeScript features
- The Encapsulate Field refactoring, which helps you quickly create a property for a field and optionally replace usages of the filed, now works in TypeScript.
- Optimized memory usage for TypeScript caches.
- Indenting of nested
lockstatements is now disabled by default, with options to restore the old behavior.
- New option for indenting type parameter constraints.
- Fixes for bugs introduced in 2016.2 by the new indenting engine.
This EAP build brings support for nested namespace definitions introduced in C++17.
C#-style XML documentation comments are sometimes used for C++ symbols. Now they are correctly displayed in the Quick Documentation pop-up (Ctrl+Shift+F1) and in the quick info tooltip:
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