ReSharper 2021.2.2 and Rider 2021.2.2 bug fixes have landed
Hello everybody! We’ve just released the second bugfix update to ReSharper and Rider 2021.2. Let’s go through the highlights of these builds.
- The JetBrains.ReSharper.GlobalTools package is compatible with .NET Core 3.1 again (RSRP-485977).
- We’ve fixed a number of issues in support for C# 10’s constant interpolated strings.
- We’ve fixed the false positive errors in Blazor projects on built-in attributes (RSRP-485551).
- We’ve fixed the issue that caused ReSharper to use the wrong version of MSBuild (RSRP-485214).
- We’ve fixed yet another case of the
?operator being treated incorrectly (RSRP-485691).
For the whole list of fixes, please see our bug tracker.
We’ve fixed the issue that prevented the
GetSnapshotAndKillChildren command from being executed correctly (DCVR-10774).
We’ve fixed the issue that caused the controller buttons to be disabled while the snapshot was being flushed in Tracing and Line-by-Line modes (PROF-1178).
- We’ve fixed a number of issues with the built-in console, including broken Console.Clear, wrong display of background color, and more (RIDER-66804).
- We’ve fixed the Alt+Shift+R shortcut for the Rename refactoring (RIDER-66581).
- We’ve fixed the issue that prevented Rider from reopening multiple projects on startup (RIDER-66612).
- We’ve fixed the stack overflow issue that occurred during indexing (RIDER-66596).
- We’ve fixed the false positive errors in Blazor projects on built-in attributes (RIDER-67011).
For the whole list of resolved issues, please refer to our bug tracker.