ReSharper and Rider 2022.1.2 Are Now Available
The new bug-fix updates for ReSharper and Rider have just been released. Let’s go through the most important improvements.
- We fixed the
Ctrl+.hotkey for Visual Studio’s Show smart tag action, which had been affected by the previous version of ReSharper (RSRP-488222). We’re sorry for the inconvenience!
- We updated ReSharper’s initial event buffer size in Visual Studio 2022, which helped get rid of some small hangs when canceling the build process (RSRP-488334).
For the full list of fixed issues, please refer to our issue tracker.
- We fixed the Windows Authentication for the SQL Server (DBE-15456).
- We fixed the metadata for the Unity plugin. The plugin’s DLL no longer returns errors (RIDER-76619).
Please see our issue tracker for the full list of resolved issues.
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