Rider 2019.2.3 bugfix is ready!
The main goal for this release is to add full support for the just-released .NET Core 3.0 for you to take advantage of. If you use top-notch technologies like the latest bits of .NET Core – install Rider 2019.2.3 and enjoy!
Apart from that, the Rider team has fixed dozens of issues in YouTrack. Let me list some of the major ones:
- The “Unable to start debug” error was fixed for Xamarin Android.
- If you use Azure DevOps source control, we’ve fixed several issues in the appropriate plugin to make your experience better.
- “Override” code completion does not touch members above the completed element anymore.
- Typing a single quote in code comments no longers inserts a pair of single quotes.
Possible ways to get this hotfix:
- Download and install it from www.jetbrains.com.
- Inside Rider, select Help | Check for updates.
- Use our Toolbox App.
- Use this snap package from the SnapCraft store (if you use a compatible Linux distro).
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