ReSharper Ultimate 2018.3.2 is released!

Hello everyone! A couple of moments ago, we released the first bug-fix update of the year – you are welcome to give ReSharper Ultimate 2018.3.2 a try.

ReSharper 2018.3 bugfix release

ReSharper 2018.3.2 bug-fix update fixes:

  • Many issues in C#, VB.NET, and TypeScript Code Analysis.
  • More than a dozen issues related to parameter name hints.
  • Missing “Find Code Dependent on Module” item in a context menu for a project node in the Solution Explorer tab.
  • Several issues in Unit Testing.
  • Some issues related to auto-detect naming style.

The full list of all the fixed issues can be found here.

ReSharper С++ 2018.3.2 fixes a UI hang when updating project properties, the memory leak during initial indexing, and other issues on YouTrack.

dotCover 2018.3.2 fixes the failure to generate an HTML report on MS Windows Server OSs (DCVR-9534).

To install ReSharper Ultimate 2018.3.2, you can either download the build from or run ReSharper | Help | Check for Updates right in MS Visual Studio.

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10 Responses to ReSharper Ultimate 2018.3.2 is released!

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    Bradley says:

    January 30, 2019

    Is there any news or update on the project to move Reharper’s logic out of process? It’s been a while since I’ve seen any information on that.

    • Alexander Kurakin

      Alexander Kurakin says:

      January 30, 2019

      Hey Bradley! There is a little news I can share for now. We’ve started our deep dive into making ReSharper out of the process; most of the work is being made under the hood to refactor the old code we have since first ReSharper versions. Unfortunately, it is not visible or noticeable in UI, so I can’t point you to any results. In addition, we have no estimates when any public version is available for testing by the community.

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        Dimiter Stanev says:

        January 30, 2019

        Thanks for the straight answer Alex! Glad to hear that work is being considered, as it’s unlikely we’ll see Microsoft moving to 64-bit (!??!@#!)

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    Kobus Smit says:

    January 30, 2019

    Does this release still break the CodeRush Tax to Next reference?

    Are there any rough estimates for a fix or workaround?

    Would be much appreciated as I’ve downgraded to 2018.2.3 because “Tab to Next Reference” is the only feature I’m using from CodeRush and I cannot imagine my developer workflow without it.

    I’d uninstall CodeRush immediately if Resharper had that feature!

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    resharper says:

    January 31, 2019

    When will EAP open? Microsoft already finalised C# 8.0 features:

    • Alexander Kurakin

      Alexander Kurakin says:

      January 31, 2019

      We are planning to open 2019.1 EAP at the end of February.

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