Rider 2019.3.2 is Available!

Just moments ago we published a bugfix update, Rider 2019.3.2

Please bear with me as I walk you through the highlights of this release.


First off, Rider has inherited lots of fixes and improvements from ReSharper 2019.3.2, such as: 

  • The Unit Test runner can now discover NUnit parameterized tests after updating the NUnit3TestAdapter package to version 3.16.
  • Blazor support has been improved with better code analysis, navigation, and Find Usages.
  • Several improvements in Inlay Hints, e.g. type hints for recursive patterns.

Our team has also fixed quite a few bugs:

  • More than 15 fixes in Version Control support.
  • Even more changes in Inlay Hints.
  • About 20 improvements in Debugging subsystems, including Edit & Continue, stepping, evaluating, and remote debugging.

You’re welcome to look through the full list of changes in our YouTrack.

Get this bugfix update in one of these ways:

  • Download and install from www.jetbrains.com.
  • Update from right inside Rider: select Help | Check for updates.
  • Use our Toolbox App.
  • Use this snap package from the SnapCraft store if you are using a compatible Linux distro.
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11 Responses to Rider 2019.3.2 is Available!

  1. Jonathan Bloodworth says:

    Does this also fix the bug where my settings randomly reset? I’ve tried disabling the setting sync plugin but no luck.

  2. Alex Buell says:

    Does the form designer supports VB.Net? Big blocker for me adopting this IDE ..

  3. Agred says:

    Sadly, this update created more problems with Blazor than it has fixed. Hopefully, the next update will be better.

  4. Tuan says:

    Thanks for the update. But this bug is really annoying https://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/RIDER-39285

  5. Trydis says:

    Hope there will be some focus on memory usage going forward, it’s a hungry beast on macOS. 3+ GBs even for small solutions.

  6. Martin Aguilar says:

    “Go to Declaration” not working. (on windows 10) The declaration it’s in a class library and IDE Colors behaves correctly but shortcut-key (Ctrl+B) or context menu “Go to > Declaration” displays a message saying that “Cannot find declaration to go to”.

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