ReSharper Tools and Rider 2022.3.2 Bug-fix Updates Have Arrived!
Here comes another round of bug-fix updates for ReSharper Tools and Rider 2022.3. Let’s take a look at what has been improved. Rider Performance Searching in the Search Everywhere popup shouldn’t be slow anymore (IDEA-308324). Code editor The Undo action works as expected in files with language injections (RIDER-85801). Web development Hot reload applies layout changes in ASP.NET Core MVC applications on macOS (RIDER-69650).You can again build a web application that uses a legacy project style from the classic .NET Framework with the embedded MSBuild
ReSharper 2023.1 Starts Its Early Access Program
Hello everyone, The Early Access Program for ReSharper 2023.1 has just begun with the release of the first preview build. You can download it from the JetBrains website or via the JetBrains Toolbox App. You may notice that this build is not particularly packed with new features. That’s because we’ve been focusing our efforts primarily on large-scale improvements, the results of which will be visible further on in the release cycle. Let’s take a look at what you will find in ReSharper 2023.1 EAP 1. Code inspection ReSharper will now highlight empty #regions in C#
ReSharper and Rider 2022.3.1 Bug Fixes Are Here
Hello everyone, The ReSharper and Rider 2022.3.1 bug-fix releases are now available! Let’s go over the most important updates. ReSharper Here’s a list of the top bug fixes: Fixed an issue with the screen blinking while typing before and after hints appear (RSRP-490593).Fixed a bug causing a false positive error when using C# 11 generic math (RSRP-490662).Fixed an error causing ReSharper to display Unicode escape sequences instead of invalid characters in high-level C# identifiers in ILViewer (RIDER-85767).Fixed an error causing tests to disappear from a unit test session when
dotCover, dotMemory, dotPeek, and dotTrace 2022.3 Released!
A moment ago, we released the 2022.3 versions of dotTrace, dotMemory, dotCover, and dotPeek. Take a look at the updates and features that are now available. dotCover 2022.3 You can use dotCover on ARM64 CPUs on Windows. This applies to all versions: dotCover standalone, dotCover in Rider, dotCover in Visual Studio, and the dotCover console runner.Beginning with this release, restarting Unity is no longer required and test coverage in JetBrains Rider is supported out of the box.You can now use the dotCover console runner on ARM32 CPUs on Linux.We’ve added the Show Covering Tests actio
ReSharper 2022.3 Released With More C# 11 Features, NuGet Vulnerabilities Detection, and Support for Visual Studio ARM64.
Hello everyone, ReSharper 2022.3 and other JetBrains .NET tools have just been released. In this article we’re going to go over the highlights of this major update for ReSharper as well as touch on the features coming to ReSharper C++. To learn more about our other .NET tools, including dotCover, dotMemory, dotPeek, and dotTrace, please check out this separate blog post. Now let’s get started! C# support C#11 features With our latest release we’re are finalizing basic support for the latest C# 11 features, starting with UTF-8 literals. The code analysis now suggests using a
Rider 2022.3: Support for .NET 7 SDK, the Latest From C#11, Major Performance Improvements, and More!
Hello everyone, It's the most wonderful time of the year: not only are the holidays upon us, but Rider 2022.3 – the last major version of Rider this year – has just been released. Let’s see what’s inside. Performance improvements We’ve made several changes to increase Rider’s startup speed and reduce the time it takes to open a solution and get to work. The IDE can now load a solution file and build its project tree instantly, without having to wait for the backend to initialize. We’ve also introduced several improvements to Rider’s backend performance. You can learn all ab
ReSharper and Rider 2022.2.4 Bug-Fix Releases Are Here
Hello everyone, The ReSharper and Rider 2022.2.4 bug-fix releases have just arrived! Let’s take a look at the most important updates. Rider Fixed the CVE 2022-41032 vulnerability Microsoft recently uncovered in .NET 7.0.0-rc.1, .NET 6.0, .NET Core 3.1, and NuGet clients (NuGet.exe, NuGet.Commands, NuGet.CommandLine, and NuGet.Protocol). Fixed an error that was preventing Rider from building projects that target Unreal Engine 5.1 Preview on MacOS (RIDER-83762).Fixed an error causing Rider to interfere with the processing of T4 text templates in Microsoft Visual Studio (RIDER-80838
RiderFlow 2022.1.4 Bug-Fix Update
The new RiderFlow update is out now! Let’s take a look at what’s new. New to RiderFlow? RiderFlow helps manage scenes, navigate and search through them, and even refactor them. You can download it from the Asset Store, use the Unity package manager to install it, or get RiderFlow.unitypackage directly from our website. DOWNLOAD RIDERFLOW Chinese, Japanese, and Korean languages for notes in RiderFlow In RiderFlow 2022.1.4, we added Chinese, Japanese, and Korean language support in the note feature and code editor. As of this update, it is possible for developers who speak these languages to us
Rider 2022.3 EAP 2: New UI, Improved Unit Testing, Better Dynamic Program Analysis and More.
Hello everyone, A new EAP build for Rider 2022.3 has just landed. Let’s take a look at the most notable updates it contains. New UI We invite you to switch to the new UI for IntelliJ-based IDEs in Settings | Appearance & Behavior | New UI Preview. The new UI is an ongoing effort to reduce the visual complexity of the IDE and help you focus on your work. Give it a test drive and be sure to send us your feedback! User Experience We have fine-tuned the algorithm behind the Search Everywhere result list to make its behavior more predictable and its ability to select the el
Rider 2022.3 Early Access Program Is Now Open
Hello everyone, Last week we shared our roadmap plans with you, and today we’re revealing the first EAP build for Rider 2022.3! Before you download it, let’s take a look at what awaits you inside. Startup performance improvements Everyone likes to get news about performance improvements in their favorite tools, and today, that’s just what we have for you. We’ve made several changes to increase Rider’s startup speed and reduce the time it takes to open a solution: Rider can now load a solution file and build its project tree instantly without having to wait
ReSharper 2022.3 Early Access Program Is Open!
Hello everyone, The Early Access Program for ReSharper 2022.3 has started! Before you download the first EAP build, let’s take a look at what it has in store for you. C# support With this first EAP build, we are introducing a couple of changes to the support for language injections: We’ve also implemented new suggestions that encourage you to use C# 11’s unsigned right shift (>>>) operator (RSRP-489309) and to use pattern matching instead of Span.SequenceEqual("literal") (RSRP-489310). C++ support ReSharper C++ opens its EAP with improvements for C++
ReSharper and Rider 2022.2.3 – The Latest Bug Fixes Have Arrived
Hello everyone, We’ve got the last set of bug fixes for ReSharper and Rider before the start of the Early Access Program. Here’s what’s changed in the 2022.2.3 update: ReSharper Fixed a bug causing InspectCode CLI caches to be inconsistent after turning on Nullable Reference Types (RSRP-489541). For the full list of resolved issues, please refer to our issue tracker. Rider Resolved an issue preventing you from previewing the changes in Unity project packages version control in real time (RIDER-81011).Rider’s basic functionality no longer stops working after a Perforce commit