EAP for ReSharper 2.0 starts!

Resharper has been discussed before, and for those who love it, hate it, or just don’t know about it… The early access program has begun.

For those of you who don’t know, ReSharper is a plug in for Visual Studio .Net that adds in a bunch of refactorings, navigation helpers, and other stuff that just makes you more productive. There are separate downloads for VS2003 and VS2005.

You can find the download here.

Update:
After trying it out myself, I found Rick’s follow-up post on Resharper 2.0. I have the same problems that it keeps crashing my Visual Studio. It also consumes even more memory then the previous version. As before (I tried the beta of 1.0) they need a lot of work before people can really use this. I will keep my eye on it though, after my first experiences with the 1.0 beta, I threw it away and totally forgot about it.

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2 Responses

  1. That’s great news! Altjough ReSharper 1.1 is a great piece of software, there are some problems with it. Especially when opening really big projects or sourcefiles, it sometimes gets (too) slow. So I’ll have a go at it.

    Thanks for the heads up, Dennis!

  2. Ramon Smits says:

    I just mentioned ReSharper yesterday in my post about the fxCop rule. Didn’t know there was a new version. Downloading it now to see how it works compared to 1.5.

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