Tag Archives: msbuild

Rider 2019.3.1 Hotfix Is Out!

We’ve just published Rider 2019.3.1 hotfix. It has the following hotfixes:

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Rider 2019.2.1 is released!

Here is a hotfix for the latest and greatest Rider 2019.2. At the same time, Rider 2019.2.1 got the following fixes:

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Using .NET Core launchSettings.json to run/debug apps in Rider

A .NET Core application can have a file called launchSettings.json, which describes how a project can be launched. It describes the command to run, whether the browser should be opened, which environment variables should be set, and so on. This … Continue reading

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Rider 2018.1 is released!

Please welcome the new spring release of Rider! Our team has worked hard to make your experience with Rider even smoother and more enjoyable. Download JetBrains Rider 2018.1, or read on for release highlights.

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Introducing the JetBrains redistributable of MSBuild

Over the past year, JetBrains Rider has become the primary IDE for many .NET developers. Many of our users have been asking us about how they can develop and build their applications without having Visual Studio 2017 installed. The answer is … Continue reading

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Incremental build in Rider

In my opinion, the best features are just a checkbox that enables powerful scenarios. Rider has features like this, and one of them is called incremental build. Behold! Incremental build reduces the time needed to build a solution by only building projects … Continue reading

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Rider EAP update: .csproj-based .NET Core support (and how to migrate)

The latest Rider Early Access Program (EAP) build now supports working with .csproj-based .NET Core projects. In this post, let’s see what that means, what is supported (and what is yet to come) and how to migrate from the (deprecated) … Continue reading

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