Rider 2017.3.1 is released
Between the release of Rider 2017.3 and the start of 2018.1 EAP our team have worked diligently on cleaning things up, to provide you with a sleek and hassle-free experience with the IDE and today we’re happy to announce that we succeeded with the tidy new Rider 2017.3.1!
Among other things, in this update you will find:
— RIDER-12503 — Fixed unexpected project loading errors.
— RIDER-6714 — Fine-tuned syntax highlighting for XML documentation comments.
— RIDER-3491 — Shortcut for Move Caret to Matching Brace working as expected.
— RIDER-12420 — Shared run configurations are back in the solution-specific folder: ./idea/.idea.SolutionName/.idea.
— A lot of fixes in Code Completion including glitches with the autopopup and a set of improvements in the UI;
— 100+ more issues are also fixed, see the full list.
This bugfix release has a few noticeable enhancements as well:
— Rider debugger can now step into third-party code in Unity projects (and all other Mono-based projects too!).
— RIDER-12319 — Improved auto-detection of Unity Mono runtime.
— RIDER-8453 — Debugging on connected iOS devices in Xamarin.
— RIDER-9343 — Preview of Find Usages in the text editor.
Note: existing shared run configurations files created with 2017.3 still need to be manually put to the .idea/.idea.SolutionName/.idea/runConfigurations folder after you install 2017.3.1, but Rider will take care of them from there.
Subscribe to Blog updates
Thanks, we've got you!
Eager, Lazy and Explicit Loading with Entity Framework Core
Entity Framework Core (EF Core) supports a number of ways to load related data. There’s eager loading, lazy loading, and explicit loading. Each of these approaches have their own advantages and drawbacks. In this post, let’s have a quick look at each of these ways to load data for navigational prope…
OSS Power-Ups: bUnit – Webinar Recording
The recording of our webinar, OSS Power-Ups: bUnit, with Egil Hansen and Steven Giesel, is available. This was the twelfth episode of our OSS Power-Ups series, where we put a spotlight on open-source .NET projects. Subscribe to our community newsletter to receive notifications about future webi…
Accelerating Your Testing Workflow with Unit Test Creation and Navigation
Unit tests play an important role in our daily development workflow. They help us ensure our codebase's correctness when writing new functionality or performing refactorings to improve readability and maintainability. In the process, we often create new test files that accompany the p…
Introducing Predictive Debugging: A Game-Changing Look into the Future
With the introduction of debugging tools, software developers were empowered to interactively investigate the control flow of software programs to find bugs in live environments. At JetBrains, we've always strived to improve the art of debugging. Besides the more standard things you expect from a de…