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
ReSharper and Rider 2022.1.2 Are Now Available
Hello everyone! The new bug-fix updates for ReSharper and Rider have just been released. Let’s go through the most important improvements. ReSharper 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. Rider We fixed the Win
ReSharper and Rider 2022.1.1 bug fixes have landed
Hello everyone, The ReSharper and Rider 2022.1.1 bug-fix releases are now available! Let’s go over the most important updates. ReSharper For the full list of resolved issues, please refer to our issue tracker. Rider For the full list of fixed bugs, please refer to our issue tracker. We appreciate your feedback on the new versions! Please don’t hesitate to contact us in the comments below, on our issue tracker, or on social media.
ReSharper and .NET Tools 2021.3.4 has been released!
Hello everyone! Today we’ve released ReSharper and .NET Tools 2021.3.4. If you are using ReSharper or our .NET tools with Visual Studio 2022 version 17.2 Preview 2.0, you may have experienced issues with the integration. This is because of breaking changes to the Visual Studio API, which we relied on. The 2021.3.4 release fixes the issue (RSRP-488220), so ReSharper and .NET tools can assist you in Visual Studio as before. Rider 2021.3.4 is a technical release due to our release pipeline. It has no fixes inside, so you can omit it and keep Rider 2021.3.3 installed. You c
ReSharper 2021.3.3 and Rider 2021.3.3 Released
Hello everyone, The ReSharper 2021.3.3 and Rider 2021.3.3.3 bug fix releases are now available. You will find a quick overview of the most notable fixes in these releases in this blog post. ReSharper For the whole list of fixes, please refer to our bug tracker. Rider For the whole list of fixes, please refer to our bug tracker. We’d love to hear what you think about the latest releases in our public issue tracker, in the comments section below, or on social media.
Rider 2021.3.1 and ReSharper 2021.3.1 Released
Hello everyone, It looks like we’ve smashed the world record for the shortest gap between major release and hotfix update. We’ve just released ReSharper Tools and Rider 2021.3.1. As you may remember, we have a single “Deploy” button for all the .NET products that means they all ship together. However, there were some .NET products that were affected by this – dotTrace and dotMemory. The last minute updates of the UI components broke their controls for creating and editing run configurations. There was also a problem with ReSharper SDK which is now fixed. For ReSharper, Rider, and our oth
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. ReSharper 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
ReSharper 2021.2.1 and Rider 2021.2.1 Bug Fixes Are Out!
Introducing the first bug-fix updates for the 2021.2 major releases of both Rider and ReSharper! Both Rider 2021.2.1 and ReSharper 2021.2.1 are available on www.jetbrains.com and via the Toolbox app. ReSharper 2021.2.1 These are the most critical issues we’ve fixed: No more errors on an Average() call being ambiguous between Nullable<float> and Nullable<double> (RSRP-484898), and no more 'The type xxx is defined in an assembly that is not referenced...' error for Unity/Mono projects (RSRP-485467).ASP.NET Core routes no longer pollute the sear
ReSharper 2021.1.5 and Rider 2021.1.5 Released
Hello everyone, As it happens, even bugfix updates sometimes require bugfix updates. Last week we released ReSharper 2021.1.4, which fixed a couple of issues in NRT analysis and source generator support. Unfortunately, it also brought back the empty spaces instead of inlay hints and other glitches in Visual Studio 16.10.3 (RSRP-485203). Now ReSharper 2021.1.5 is here to fix the problems. In Rider 2021.1.5, we’ve fixed a significant performance degradation. We’ve also fixed an issue with the F# type providers loader that was causing Rider not to start in some cases, and an issue causing c
ReSharper and Rider 2021.1.3 bugfix is available
Hi everyone, The bugfix update for ReSharper and Rider has just arrived. Here are the highlights of what we’ve been doing: ReSharper Fixed the performance problem on loading a solution (RSRP-483253).Fixed the issue with test runner and environment variables (RSRP-484248).Fixed Cleanup code – it no longer adds redundant type arguments (RSRP-484137).Fixed the slow typing and freezes in Visual Studio 16.10 (RSRP-484415). Rider Fixed the issue that led to resetting the custom color scheme (RIDER-61653).Fixed the incorrect behavior of the focus on macOS Big Sur (RIDER-62393).Fixed th
ReSharper 2021.1.2 and Rider 2021.1.2 Are Here!
Hello everyone, We’ve just published the bug-fix updates to ReSharper and Rider. Let’s take a look at the most important changes. ReSharper We’ve fixed the issue that caused Visual Studio to freeze on debugging web applications (RSRP-483982). We’ve fixed the never-ending code analysis when Razor components contain each other (RSRP-483454). We’ve fixed the exception when running unit tests in Visual Studio 2017 (RSRP-484094). We’ve fixed the incorrect handling of const rules from .editorconfig (RSRP-484004). For the full list of fixed issues, please refer to our bug tracker. Ride
Rider 2021.1.1 and ReSharper 2021.1.1 Released
Hi everyone! The bug-fix update for Rider and ReSharper is now available! This update fixes the license issue which was unfortunately introduced in the recent Rider and ReSharper 2021.1 updates. We are extremely sorry if you’ve experienced any problems with your current license or if this has affected you in any way. We’ll investigate the causes that led to the issue and will take all the necessary precautions to avoid such situations in the future. If you haven’t yet updated to the latest Rider and ReSharper releases, it’s now a good time to do so! Your .NET Tools team The Drive to Develop