ReSharper 2016.3.2 includes minor fixes in code analysis and highlighting, automatic code completion in TypeScript, and generation of Dispose pattern implementations. It speeds up the Inline Parameter refactoring and corrects parameter positions in the Change Signature refactoring. Find Usages receives an action to stop the current search. We’ve also fixed unfortunate bugs from the previous bugfix related to ReSharper Build and unit tests run from Unit Test Explorer.
In dotCover 2016.3.2 we fixed a critical issue with Hide auto-properties option that hid only properties’ accessors, but not the properties themselves. It caused incorrect totals displayed in the Coverage Tree.
In dotTrace 2016.3.2 we added .NET Core Application type to the central panel so that it’s easier for you to handle profiling for this kind of applications. We also fixed critical bugs in Timeline Viewer and Performance Viewer, and introduced several improvements to the snapshot comparison feature.
ReSharper C++ 2016.3.2 fixes a couple of code completion bugs and addresses several performance issues with code analysis and navigation. The Introduce Type refactoring gets a new option to use type aliases instead of typedef declarations.
Download this bugfix update to make your experience with ReSharper 2016.3 even smoother. As always, please share your feedback in the comments to this post, and submit any issues you encounter to our tracker.