Rider 2018.2.2 is released!
The second pack of bug-fixes for Rider 2018.2 is ready - please welcome the Rider 2018.2.2 update! In the list below, I will show you the most important fixes in this bugfix update: Paths to Android SDK / NDK now are saved when you click the Save button (RIDER-18864). MSTest unit tests in .NET Core projects can be run again from the editor (RIDER-19209). The spell checker no longer checks Japanese, Chinese, and Korean (RIDER-19127), as well as GUIDs, NuGet package names, and everything in *.*proj files and in build-scripts (RIDER-19206). We’ve fixed one more inability to deploy a
Rider 2018.2.1 is released!
Good news for everyone who is experiencing issues with Rider 2018.2 – today we’re bringing out the Rider 2018.2.1 bug-fix update. This build delivers more than 20 hot fixes, with the most notable being: Connection to Perforce works again (RIDER-18609). NuGet authentication for private NuGet feeds has been fixed (RIDER-18125). The spell checker stops warning about non-English comments, GUIDs, NuGet package names, etc. (RIDER-19127). The bug No connection string found was fixed in Entity Framework support (RIDER-19059). The behavior of the setting Allow placement of caret after en
ReSharper Ultimate 2018.2 hits RTM
ReSharper and our other .NET tools have just become even more Ultimate. Please welcome ReSharper Ultimate 2018.2! Let’s have a look at the key changes this release brings to the table: Performance improvements: We’ve made about 30 performance fixes in different parts of ReSharper, from speeding up EditorConfig support to decreasing solution loading times. Please see this blog post series dedicated to ReSharper 2018.2 for more details. C# 7.3 support: ReSharper finally supports all features from the latest C# 7.3. New inspections and appropriate quick-fixes are here to make your co