ReSharper 2021.1 Beta is available!
The 2021.1 release is almost upon us, which means it’s high time to publish the ReSharper 2021.1 Beta build! This is your chance to get a look at all the features that we are going to deliver in the 2021.1 release.
Here’s a brief summary of the new features!
- The Merge into pattern inspection can now be used with many more code patterns.
- We’ve added more support for C# 9.0 records.
- We’ve introduced a new inspection, Inline temporary variable.
- For C# 10.0 support, we’ve taken the first steps and taught Rider to work with the "Constant interpolation strings" feature.
ASP.NET Core route templates
- In 2021.1 we’re introducing support for route templates: ReSharper now provides code completion, structural navigation, inspections, and quick-fixes for them. You can learn more about this support in this blog post.
- You can call the Rename refactoring for named tuples.
- We’ve added a new navigation action – Navigate to Windows Explorer. You’ll find it in the Navigate | Navigate to menu or by pressing Ctrl+Shift+A and typing its name.
While we’re still dismantling and reassembling ReSharper for ‘out of process’ mode, we’re continuing to fix performance issues wherever possible. Here are some highlights:
- We’ve made typing in Razor files inside large solutions faster.
- We’ve sped up typing in any large files where ReSharper’s analyzers are working.
- We’ve improved the performance and responsiveness of debugger data tips.
- We’ve optimized how ReSharper deals with shared documents so it now consumes less memory.
- We’ve added a couple of new formatting settings.
- We’ve added a new Reindent only action for Format Selection.
- We’ve improved how Rider reads settings for naming rules from EditorConfig and how it writes user-defined naming rules to EditorConfig.
We’ve added support for the
csharp_indent_case_contents_when_blockoption in EditorConfig.
- We’ve implemented support for VSTest adapters – a feature that allows you to discover and run tests from a third-party framework.
- We’ve implemented MSTest support in Universal Windows Platform projects for Visual Studio 2019.
- We’ve implemented a set of inspections for the AutoFixture library in NUnit.
- We’ve upgraded our support for QUnit to version 2.14.0.
- We’ve added an action for copying GitHub links with the ‘Copy FQN’ feature.
- We’ve added type conversion hints for tuple conversions.
- A new “Body” constraint is available for methods in File Layout. It allows you to specify different rules for block-bodied and expression-bodied methods.
ReSharper C++ 2021.1 brings support for several new C++20 and C++17 language features: class types in non-type template parameters, C++20 class template argument deduction rules, and
noexceptas a part of the function type.
- We’ve introduced a collection of syntax style settings that you can use to enforce the chosen code style for syntax constructions.
- We’ve completely reworked the Home screen in dotTrace. It’s now much easier to configure and start new profiling sessions, work with snapshots, and perform other basic operations.
- You can install and use the dotTrace command-line profiler as a dotnet global tool.
- When performing timeline profiling on Windows, dotTrace collects information about incoming HTTP requests.
- We’ve completely reworked the dotMemory Home screen – it is now much easier to configure and start new profiling sessions, work with snapshots, and perform other basic operations.
- You can now analyze dumps of .NET Core applications collected on Linux systems using gcore.
- dotMemory now lets you analyze memory allocation on an arbitrary time interval.
- You can now configure coverage filters in Visual Studio with ReSharper in the same way as in JetBrains Rider.
- You can install the dotCover console runner as a dotnet global tool.
- When working with several tabs at once, you can now pin them. Additionally, the color of a tab indicates the type of code you will see – green represents a metadata view and brown stands for sources from symbol files.
- We’ve updated the formatter for decompiled code with a set of options to control how the code is presented. You can now set indent style and size, select whether the open brace should be placed on a new line, and specify whether you’d prefer to use expression-bodied members.
That’s all for now. Don’t forget to leave your feedback in the comment section below or submit any issues you find to YouTrack.