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Ilya Ryzhenkov JetBrains 2,685 posts since
Apr 13, 2004
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May 13, 2008 8:18 PM

ReSharper 4 -- Status Update

Hello,

 

I must admit, we were not very responsive in the forums for the last month

or so. We were busy developing ReSharper 4 Here is quick update.

 

We are currently working on preparing ReSharper for Beta - performance, memory,

overall stability and reliability. Beta should be out very soon. Then we

will have post-Beta cleanup, more stabilization for Release, fill in missing

bricks found during Beta, and then ... Well, overall time scope for ReSharper

4 release is about a month.

 

Thank you for your patience, we really appreciate your participation in our

early access program! We are doing our best to deliver smart and quality

product.

 

And while we are here, what is single most important thing you want to

be fixed/changed before release?

 

Sincerely,

Ilya Ryzhenkov

 

JetBrains, Inc

http://www.jetbrains.com

"Develop with pleasure!"

 

 

 

Will Dean Novice 163 posts since
Dec 20, 2007
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May 13, 2008 8:44 PM in response to: Ilya Ryzhenkov
Re: ReSharper 4 -- Status Update

Long-term single thing:    Make the f*ing logging optional.   I had over 1GB of logs just yesterday.

 

But actually more important to me today:

 

I am also suffering continuous 'Unexpected Change' exceptions (however many I ignore, there's always a new one) with the latest build which isn't marked 'Do not use'.   Some of these lead to existing bug reports which are either closed as 'obsolete' (clearly they're not), or as 'can't repro'.

 

So, short term single thing is: Provide a build which doesn't throw exceptions continuously when editing code in files it doesn't like.

Guest
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May 14, 2008 12:10 PM in response to: Will Dean
Re: ReSharper 4 -- Status Update

I denied R# access to the folder.

 

Open security settings for the temp\JetLogs folder

Click Advanced

Uncheck "Inherit from parent" checkbox

Choose Remove to get a nice, empty permissions list.

 

As far as I can see this doesn't cause any problems except the Resharper -

Show log menu option will complain about a missing logfile

 

 

"Will Dean" <resharper@indcomp.co.uk> wrote in message

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Long-term single thing:    Make the f*ing logging optional.   I had over

1GB of logs just yesterday.

>

But actually more important to me today:

>

I am also suffering continuous 'Unexpected Change' exceptions (however

many I ignore, there's always a new one) with the latest build which isn't

marked 'Do not use'.   Some of these lead to existing bug reports which

are either closed as 'obsolete' (clearly they're not), or as 'can't

repro'.

>

So, short term single thing is: Provide a build which doesn't throw

exceptions continuously when editing code in files it doesn't like.

 

 

 

Oleg Stepanov JetBrains 6,813 posts since
Oct 13, 2003
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May 15, 2008 7:01 PM in response to: Will Dean
Re: ReSharper 4 -- Status Update

Hello Will,

 

  What kind of entries do you see most often? We can check if these types

of messages can be generated excessively.

 

WBR,

Oleg Stepanov

Senior Whiteboard Operator

JetBrains, Inc.

"Develop with pleasure!"

mailto:oleg.stepanov@jetbrains.com

 

Long-term single thing:    Make the f*ing logging optional.   I had

over 1GB of logs just yesterday.

 

 

 

Jeremy Gray Novice 180 posts since
May 24, 2006
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May 16, 2008 7:03 AM in response to: Oleg Stepanov
Re: ReSharper 4 -- Status Update

Absolutely no offense intended, but here's how the conversation would go if you and I were standing face to face having it:

 

Oleg - "What kind of entries do you see most often?"

Jeremy - "Yes."

 

Oleg - "We can check if these types of messages can be generated excessively."

Jeremy - "At all is excessively."

 

I fight with enough disk access dragging down my development machines, especially in environments like the one I'm consulting in now where the machines are locked-down corp. boxes with all-file on-demand virus scanning that we cannot reconfigure. Make the logging optional. All of it.

Will Dean Novice 163 posts since
Dec 20, 2007
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May 16, 2008 5:14 PM in response to: Jeremy Gray
Re: ReSharper 4 -- Status Update

Quite.  Exactly.  Absolutely.

 

MY COMPUTER DOES NOT BELONG TO MY SOFTWARE SUPPLIERS...

 

Everybody involved in writing software should remember that, always.   The continuous trickle of polling and logging by every vendor's unique juxtaposition of of arrogance and incompetence is what brings PCs gradually to a halt.  Even before you're wasting diskspace by the gigabyte, you're defeating power-management and washing-out caches.

 

The idea that anyone from JB is actually going to ask me for one of the logs is laughable.  Today they've started closing recent exception bugs as duplicates of bugs which were closed as 'non repro' weeks ago.

 

Why not just close all the bugs and go straight for RTM?

Jeremy Gray Novice 180 posts since
May 24, 2006
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May 16, 2008 6:20 PM in response to: Will Dean
Re: ReSharper 4 -- Status Update

The thing that makes optional logging an even easier thing to swallow is the fact that we're not talking about some kind of production server running completely headless with remote users who cannot be expected to re-attempt what they were doing let alone understand a problem situation and help in its diagnosis. In R#, on the other hand, I can run with logging turned off and if I do encounter a problem I just hit Undo (or at the very worst, revert a file to the version under source control). If I keep running into the same problem, then I turn on the logging so that I can report something more helpful to JetBrains.

brantheman Newbie 27 posts since
Mar 11, 2008
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May 19, 2008 7:12 PM in response to: Jeremy Gray
Re: ReSharper 4 -- Status Update

50% of my logs look like this:

 

8:29:27 AM.524: Thread:1: MW WM_KILLFOCUS HWND=8719578 Disposed=False.

8:29:27 AM.524: Thread:1: MW UpdateActive: HWND is 8719578.

Oleg Stepanov JetBrains 6,813 posts since
Oct 13, 2003
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May 26, 2008 9:25 AM in response to: brantheman
Re: ReSharper 4 -- Status Update

Hello brantheman,

 

  This was a bug which caused excessive logging in a previous build. This

should have been fixed now.

 

WBR,

Oleg Stepanov

Senior Whiteboard Operator

JetBrains, Inc.

"Develop with pleasure!"

mailto:oleg.stepanov@jetbrains.com

 

50% of my logs look like this:

 

8:29:27 AM.524: Thread:1: MW WM_KILLFOCUS HWND=8719578

Disposed=False. 8:29:27 AM.524: Thread:1: MW UpdateActive: HWND is

8719578.

 

 

 

 

Samuel Neff Novice 115 posts since
Nov 24, 2005
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May 16, 2008 7:09 PM in response to: Will Dean
Re: ReSharper 4 -- Status Update

log4net has a really neat feature with their buffering appender where you can set it to buffer debug/info messages for a certain amount and then only actually write them out to a log file when an error occurs.  So if an error occurs, you get the error plus a bunch of buffered debug statements.  No error, no logs.

 

Besides that, it would be nice if R# cleaned up the log files it created after a few days or something (perhaps it does--my folder was not that big, but it could clean it up on uninstall/reinstall).

 

Sam

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May 13, 2008 10:54 PM in response to: Ilya Ryzhenkov
Re: ReSharper 4 -- Status Update

The single most important thing I would like to see fixed is the memory leak

while editing ASPX files.

I've tried working with all the posted fixes/work arounds. I try forcing it

to "collect garbage" and while that keeps it at bay for a little while

longer the end result is always the same. I've literally watched the managed

memory monitor climb 10MB on each save of the file I'm working on till it

reaches about +300MB range and typing begins to lag behind your keystrokes.

Once you're up into the 400-500MB range, Visual Studio becomes completely

unusable, and the only fix is to restart the IDE. Now this buys time until

it does the same thing again. Some evenings I've had to restart the IDE as

much as 5 times in 2hrs just to be able to finish editing a layout in an

ASPX file. I love the product, if I didn't, I wouldn't bother working

through these things but ultimately there has to be a solution.

 

Here is a rundown on everything, if you want/need more, please let me know

I'll be more than happy to help get this resolved.

 

Visual Studio 2008 Professional

Source Gear Vault for Version Control

Resharper v4.0 - I've been working with the daily builds since day one

 

My C# Project:

ASP.NET (2.0) Project

49 ASPX files (The single largest ASPX file is roughly 400 lines)

148 Classes in the Business Assembly

 

Hardware:

Lenovo T61P

Core 2 Duo T9300 @ 2.5GHz

4GB Memory

Windows Vista Enterprise (32bit)

 

I never have this problem when my edits are .CS files - this is in the same

project/solution - I can work for an entire day without having the memory go

above 200MB and performance is great.

 

Thanks,

~Chris

 

 

"Ilya Ryzhenkov" <orangy@jetbrains.com> wrote in message

news:76a2bd0b1577bc8ca834dab6ad6f8@news.intellij.net...

Hello,

>

I must admit, we were not very responsive in the forums for the last month

or so. We were busy developing ReSharper 4 Here is quick update.

We are currently working on preparing ReSharper for Beta - performance,

memory, overall stability and reliability. Beta should be out very soon.

Then we will have post-Beta cleanup, more stabilization for Release, fill

in missing bricks found during Beta, and then ... Well, overall time scope

for ReSharper 4 release is about a month.

Thank you for your patience, we really appreciate your participation in

our early access program! We are doing our best to deliver smart and

quality product.

>

And while we are here, what is single most important thing you want to

be fixed/changed before release?

>

Sincerely,

Ilya Ryzhenkov

>

JetBrains, Inc

http://www.jetbrains.com

"Develop with pleasure!"

>

 

 

Philip Lee Novice 287 posts since
Jan 24, 2005
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May 14, 2008 12:12 PM in response to: Chris Cogburn
Re: ReSharper 4 -- Status Update

Same here, although it's not just ASPX. 

VS regularly reaches 900Mb+ which is when it gets very slow.  Once it gets to 1GB I start getting out of memory exceptions.

David Williams Novice 247 posts since
Jul 22, 2005
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May 14, 2008 6:57 PM in response to: Philip Lee
Re: ReSharper 4 -- Status Update

I would agree - the issue is purely one with the HTML editor.  I can work

for several days when editing anything other than HTML and my memory usage

will be steady at ~200MB.  As soon as I change so much as a space in the

HTML editor, memory will start inching higher, ~5MB for every 10 minutes

that I spend editing ANYTHING (not just HTML) untill I have to restart the

IDE at around ~400 - ~600MB.  If I am actively changing the HTML, the memory

increase is ~10MB per minute.  While in both cases, I can manually collect

the garbage; doing so will normally only release ~20MB or so.

 

I have tried the workaround, but there are other stablity issues with the

wrapper application.  When I am using it, the overall stable of the IDE is

severly impacted, and I end up having to kill the IDE to be able to restart

it and continue working.  This is normally every 20 to 40 minutes.

 

David

 

"Philip Lee" <no_reply@jetbrains.com> wrote in message

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Same here, although it's not just ASPX.

VS regularly reaches 900Mb+ which is when it gets very slow.  Once it gets

to 1GB I start getting out of memory exceptions.

 

 

 

Guest
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May 19, 2008 9:19 PM in response to: Ilya Ryzhenkov
Re: ReSharper 4 -- Status Update

WOW!

I downloaded build 801 this last week when I saw your msg and was amazed at

how well it performed. I of course thought maybe this was just a fluke, but

I worked with it all weekend in several projects, and had zero problems like

I saw before. I did get into it with the logger failing for some out of

memory error - but it never caused me any grief other than an annoying popup

that once I restarted went away.

 

Kudos to you guys, thanks for making my week!

~Chris

 

"Ilya Ryzhenkov" <orangy@jetbrains.com> wrote in message

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Hello Chris,

>

I've just submited change to fix potential memory leak in ASPX files. Due

to the complex structure of ASP support and so many variation of web

site's configurations, I'm not 100% sure it will fix problem you

experience, but please try build 801 when it is out and tell us if it

helps.

Sincerely,

Ilya Ryzhenkov

>

JetBrains, Inc

http://www.jetbrains.com

"Develop with pleasure!"

 

 

Guest
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May 19, 2008 9:36 PM in response to: Chris Cogburn
Re: ReSharper 4 -- Status Update

I can also confirm that performance has improved considerably in build 801.

Great work, Ilya.

 

Mike

 

 

Guest
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May 14, 2008 6:42 AM in response to: Ilya Ryzhenkov
Re: ReSharper 4 -- Status Update

With auto brace completion enabled, R# frequently "steals" the brace from

the next code block when editing.  This most frequently happens with

closures or object init.

 

Suppose I have something like:

 

void Foo()

{

 

}

 

Now I type in a closure

 

void Foo()

{

    Action blah = () =>

    {

        //Some statements

    };

}

 

That part works.  But now I go back and remove the line }; and retype the }

 

void Foo()

{

    Action blah = () =>

    {

        //Some statements

 

}

 

R# steals the next brace and uses it like this:

 

void Foo()

{

    Action blah = () =>

    {

        //Some statements

     };

 

Notice now that I have to go back and re-add the brace to end the next

block.

 

Please fix this.  It's been in the last 10-20 nightlies...  It makes editing

much more painful.

Thanks

 

"Ilya Ryzhenkov" <orangy@jetbrains.com> wrote in message

news:76a2bd0b1577bc8ca834dab6ad6f8@news.intellij.net...

Hello,

>

I must admit, we were not very responsive in the forums for the last month

or so. We were busy developing ReSharper 4 Here is quick update.

We are currently working on preparing ReSharper for Beta - performance,

memory, overall stability and reliability. Beta should be out very soon.

Then we will have post-Beta cleanup, more stabilization for Release, fill

in missing bricks found during Beta, and then ... Well, overall time scope

for ReSharper 4 release is about a month.

Thank you for your patience, we really appreciate your participation in

our early access program! We are doing our best to deliver smart and

quality product.

>

And while we are here, what is single most important thing you want to

be fixed/changed before release?

>

Sincerely,

Ilya Ryzhenkov

>

JetBrains, Inc

http://www.jetbrains.com

"Develop with pleasure!"

>

 

 

alwin Newbie 2 posts since
May 14, 2008
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May 14, 2008 11:51 AM in response to: Ilya Ryzhenkov
Re: ReSharper 4 -- Status Update

What i would like to be fixed is the camelhumps in the dialogs, especially the rename dialog. I find the current behaviour very frustrating.

Can you please take a look at

http://www.jetbrains.net/jira/browse/RSRP-32884

and

http://www.jetbrains.net/jira/browse/RSRP-40844

?

Thanks for the great product!

Oleg Stepanov JetBrains 6,813 posts since
Oct 13, 2003
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May 15, 2008 7:03 PM in response to: alwin
Re: ReSharper 4 -- Status Update

Hello alwin,

 

  I'm afraid that most probably it will appear no earlier than in 4.0.1.

We are feature-locked now and will try to avoid major changes in behaviour

until release.

 

WBR,

Oleg Stepanov

Senior Whiteboard Operator

JetBrains, Inc.

"Develop with pleasure!"

mailto:oleg.stepanov@jetbrains.com

 

 

 

alwin Newbie 2 posts since
May 14, 2008
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May 16, 2008 12:43 PM in response to: Oleg Stepanov
Re: ReSharper 4 -- Status Update

Well 4.0.1 is ok, but i hope i don't have to wait until 4.6 or 5.0...

 

Oh by the way, can you insert an auto property when pressing Alt+Ins in the latest builds? I can't test that here right now.

It wasn't there in +- 780 iirc.

 

Thanks,

Alwin

Guest
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May 16, 2008 8:47 PM in response to: alwin
Re: ReSharper 4 -- Status Update

Hello,

 

Oh by the way, can you insert an auto property when pressing Alt+Ins

in the latest builds? I can't test that here right now.

 

The “Generate” functionality has been greately improved in the recent builds.

 

Yes, generating an auto property is a musthave feature, if you see it missing

in the latest builds in any scenarios, please tell us.

 

Serge Baltic

JetBrains, Inc — http://www.jetbrains.com

“Develop with pleasure!”

 

 

 

Roman Royter Newbie 13 posts since
Jul 21, 2006
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May 14, 2008 8:28 PM in response to: Ilya Ryzhenkov
Re: ReSharper 4 -- Status Update

Please make documentation optional while installing. It is a pain in the butt to watch how R# merges documentation for a good 10 minutes.

Thanks

Oleg Stepanov JetBrains 6,813 posts since
Oct 13, 2003
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May 15, 2008 7:03 PM in response to: Roman Royter
Re: ReSharper 4 -- Status Update

Hello Roman,

 

  Yes, we will exclude documentation merging in Beta.

 

WBR,

Oleg Stepanov

Senior Whiteboard Operator

JetBrains, Inc.

"Develop with pleasure!"

mailto:oleg.stepanov@jetbrains.com

 

Please make documentation optional while installing. It is a pain in

the butt to watch how R# merges documentation for a good 10 minutes.

 

 

 

Samuel Neff Novice 115 posts since
Nov 24, 2005
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May 15, 2008 7:28 AM in response to: Ilya Ryzhenkov
Re: ReSharper 4 -- Status Update

Biggest issue for me is formatting when entering class initializers.  Sounds silly perhaps, but it affects me almost every day and requires a lot of manual reformatting and such and is the one area where I feel like ReSharper gets in my way more than it helps. 

 

I opened a case but it's marked "won't fix" 

 

http://www.jetbrains.net/jira/browse/RSRP-59904

 

Thanks,

 

Sam

Oleg Stepanov JetBrains 6,813 posts since
Oct 13, 2003
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May 15, 2008 7:04 PM in response to: Samuel Neff
Re: ReSharper 4 -- Status Update

Hello Samuel,

 

  I have commented the issue. I'm afraid it will annoy someone if explicit

typing of "=" AFTER another "=" will be ignored. You should simply complete

the items with "=" as you do during normal text entry sequence.

 

WBR,

Oleg Stepanov

Senior Whiteboard Operator

JetBrains, Inc.

"Develop with pleasure!"

mailto:oleg.stepanov@jetbrains.com

 

Biggest issue for me is formatting when entering class initializers.

Sounds silly perhaps, but it affects me almost every day and requires

a lot of manual reformatting and such and is the one area where I feel

like ReSharper gets in my way more than it helps.

 

I opened a case but it's marked "won't fix" 

 

http://www.jetbrains.net/jira/browse/RSRP-59904

 

Thanks,

 

Sam

 

 

 

 

Guest
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May 15, 2008 8:11 PM in response to: Ilya Ryzhenkov
Re: ReSharper 4 -- Status Update

The most important thing for me would be for ReSharper 4.0's intentions

to recognize the target framework of the project that I am working on.

 

Main main project is still in .Net 2.0 and that wont be changing anytime

soon, so I dont want see suggestions specific to .Net 3.5

 

Ilya Ryzhenkov wrote:

Hello,

 

I must admit, we were not very responsive in the forums for the last

month or so. We were busy developing ReSharper 4 Here is quick update.

We are currently working on preparing ReSharper for Beta - performance,

memory, overall stability and reliability. Beta should be out very soon.

Then we will have post-Beta cleanup, more stabilization for Release,

fill in missing bricks found during Beta, and then ... Well, overall

time scope for ReSharper 4 release is about a month.

Thank you for your patience, we really appreciate your participation in

our early access program! We are doing our best to deliver smart and

quality product.

 

And while we are here, what is single most important thing you want to

be fixed/changed before release?

 

Sincerely,

Ilya Ryzhenkov

 

JetBrains, Inc

http://www.jetbrains.com

"Develop with pleasure!"

 

 

 

Guest
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May 15, 2008 10:28 PM in response to: Ilya Ryzhenkov
Re: ReSharper 4 -- Status Update

Hi Ilya,

 

That works perfectly for me, thanks. The only place it appears to be

missing is in an ASP.Net Web Application. There is no language level

setting for that type of project.

 

Jeff

 

Ilya Ryzhenkov wrote:

Hello Jeff,

 

Select project(s), open Properties Window (View / Properties Window, F4)

and change Language Level for your project to C# 2.0.

 

Sincerely,

Ilya Ryzhenkov

 

JetBrains, Inc

http://www.jetbrains.com

"Develop with pleasure!"

 

 

JP> The most important thing for me would be for ReSharper 4.0's

JP> intentions to recognize the target framework of the project that I

JP> am working on.

JP> JP> Main main project is still in .Net 2.0 and that wont be changing

JP> anytime soon, so I dont want see suggestions specific to .Net 3.5

JP> JP> Ilya Ryzhenkov wrote:

JP>

>>> Hello,

>>>

>>> I must admit, we were not very responsive in the forums for the last

>>> month or so. We were busy developing ReSharper 4 Here is quick

>>> update.

>>> We are currently working on preparing ReSharper for Beta -

>>> performance,

>>> memory, overall stability and reliability. Beta should be out very

>>> soon.

>>> Then we will have post-Beta cleanup, more stabilization for Release,

>>> fill in missing bricks found during Beta, and then ... Well, overall

>>> time scope for ReSharper 4 release is about a month.

>>> Thank you for your patience, we really appreciate your participation

>>> in

>>> our early access program! We are doing our best to deliver smart and

>>> quality product.

>>> And while we are here, what is single most important thing you want

>>> to be fixed/changed before release?

>>>

>>> Sincerely,

>>> Ilya Ryzhenkov

>>> JetBrains, Inc

>>> http://www.jetbrains.com

>>> "Develop with pleasure!"

 

 

 

Will Dean Novice 163 posts since
Dec 20, 2007
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May 15, 2008 10:29 PM in response to: Jeff Pennal
Re: ReSharper 4 -- Status Update

Jeff,

 

You can set the R# language level manually on the VS project's properties page.

 

It would be incorrect for R# to set the language level based on the framework version, because the C#3.0 features come from the compiler, not the framework - so you can use C#3 with .NET 2.0.

 

Will

Jerry Rubinow Newbie 8 posts since
May 3, 2008
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May 15, 2008 8:37 PM in response to: Ilya Ryzhenkov
Re: ReSharper 4 -- Status Update

We would love it if NUnit 2.4.7 support was added, specifically recognition of the RowTest attribute.  As of build 799 anyway, it doesn't let you run unit tests tagged with RowTest.  It would be a great help to our development if it could do this.  Any chance of this?

 

Thanks,

Jerry

Lorenzo Statie Newbie 13 posts since
May 16, 2008
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May 16, 2008 2:30 AM in response to: Ilya Ryzhenkov
Re: ReSharper 4 -- Status Update

To keep my code easy to read, I like to allign "=" in my code. I was able to make VS 2008 stop re-arranging spaces arround "=". Resharper now re-arranges my code around "=" again, making me have to go back and re-align the equal signs.

 

Please add an option to keep resharper from formatting spaces around equal signs so I can keep my equal signs aligned.

Lorenzo Statie Newbie 13 posts since
May 16, 2008
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May 16, 2008 2:36 AM in response to: Ilya Ryzhenkov
Re: ReSharper 4 -- Status Update

To keep my code easy to read, I like to align "=" in my code. I was able to make VS 2008 stop re-arranging spaces around "=". Resharper now re-arranges my code around "=" again, making me have to go back and re-align the equal signs.

 

Please add an option to keep resharper from formatting spaces around equal signs so I can keep my equal signs aligned.

Guest
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May 16, 2008 5:28 PM in response to: Ilya Ryzhenkov
Re: ReSharper 4 -- Status Update

On single thing

 

If i do an Alt-Ins in the Solution Explorer, then the Popup opens

everywhere, but not at the expected position (under the selected item in the

solution explorer).

 

I have a laptop (Monitor 1, primary, 1440x900) with an attached Display

(Monitor 2, secondary, 1680x1050).

 

Look at the attached picture for the position in the screen settings which

may not "normal"

 

Regards

 

Albert

 

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Guest
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May 16, 2008 10:53 PM in response to: Albert Weinert
Re: ReSharper 4 -- Status Update

Hello,

 

If i do an Alt-Ins in the Solution Explorer, then the Popup opens

everywhere, but not at the expected position (under the selected item

in the solution explorer).

 

One of the problems with Solution Explorer is that we're not told of the

selected item position onscreen.

 

Where would it typically appear?

 

Serge Baltic

JetBrains, Inc — http://www.jetbrains.com

“Develop with pleasure!”

 

 

 

Guest
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May 17, 2008 2:18 PM in response to: Serge Baltic
Re: ReSharper 4 -- Status Update

 

"Serge Baltic" <baltic@intellij.net> schrieb im Newsbeitrag

news:dc0986bfd3d588ca85bec6e87728@news.intellij.net...

 

>> If i do an Alt-Ins in the Solution Explorer, then the Popup opens

>> everywhere, but not at the expected position (under the selected item

>> in the solution explorer).

>

One of the problems with Solution Explorer is that we're not told of the

selected item position onscreen.

>

Where would it typically appear?

 

Well, typically under the selected item. Within the Solution may also helps,

but not on the other side of the Window (see attachment).

 

Regards

 

Albert

 

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Paul Bradshaw Novice 354 posts since
Aug 22, 2002
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May 16, 2008 8:38 PM in response to: Ilya Ryzhenkov
Re: ReSharper 4 -- Status Update

The single most critical thing that needs to work in Reshaper 4.0 is website

solutions/projects.

 

Performance must be an order of magnitude faster than 3.1, and memory use

must be reasonable and not blow up (leak).  Solutions with websites in them

must be every bit as usable and snappy as solutions with just regular C#

projects in them.  That includes project/solution load time, as well as

editing speed, keystroke response, flipping from tab to tab, file to file,

and doing refactorings and using other Reshaper and VS facilities and

features.

 

That is absolutely critical.

 

"Ilya Ryzhenkov" <orangy@jetbrains.com> wrote in message

news:76a2bd0b1577bc8ca834dab6ad6f8@news.intellij.net...

Hello,

>

I must admit, we were not very responsive in the forums for the last month

or so. We were busy developing ReSharper 4 Here is quick update.

We are currently working on preparing ReSharper for Beta - performance,

memory, overall stability and reliability. Beta should be out very soon.

Then we will have post-Beta cleanup, more stabilization for Release, fill

in missing bricks found during Beta, and then ... Well, overall time scope

for ReSharper 4 release is about a month.

Thank you for your patience, we really appreciate your participation in

our early access program! We are doing our best to deliver smart and

quality product.

>

And while we are here, what is single most important thing you want to

be fixed/changed before release?

>

Sincerely,

Ilya Ryzhenkov

>

JetBrains, Inc

http://www.jetbrains.com

"Develop with pleasure!"

>

 

 

Urs Eichmann Newbie 19 posts since
Jun 13, 2007
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May 19, 2008 12:13 PM in response to: Ilya Ryzhenkov
Re: ReSharper 4 -- Status Update

Installed Build 803 a few hours ago and using it on a web app project. It has lots of lambda expressions and LINQ statements in it. Build 803 is MAGNITUDES faster than earlier builds! And I didn't have any problems with it so far. Superb work!

Paul Bradshaw Novice 354 posts since
Aug 22, 2002
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May 21, 2008 10:44 PM in response to: Ilya Ryzhenkov
Re: ReSharper 4 -- Status Update

I handed off build 804 to one of our web developers, and his response was,

after two days, "It seems more stable than the 3.1.x version I was using,

but only slightly faster load times, if at all".

 

It's still taking several minutes for subsequent loads of a large website

project it seems.  ANYTHING that can speed that up is appreciated.

 

I'll try to report back soon with more hard numbers, but performance with

websites still seems to be an issue, though slightly less than in 3.1.x (the

latest nightly build, not the release version).

 

"Ilya Ryzhenkov" <orangy@jetbrains.com> wrote in message

news:76a2bd0b157cc38ca85c2bdf0b0b0@news.intellij.net...

Hello Paul,

>

Did you try build 801 with ASP.NET projects?

>

Sincerely,

Ilya Ryzhenkov

>

JetBrains, Inc

http://www.jetbrains.com

"Develop with pleasure!"

>

>

PB> The single most critical thing that needs to work in Reshaper 4.0 is

PB> website solutions/projects.

PB> PB> Performance must be an order of magnitude faster than 3.1, and

PB> memory use must be reasonable and not blow up (leak).  Solutions

PB> with websites in them must be every bit as usable and snappy as

PB> solutions with just regular C# projects in them.  That includes

PB> project/solution load time, as well as editing speed, keystroke

PB> response, flipping from tab to tab, file to file, and doing

PB> refactorings and using other Reshaper and VS facilities and

PB> features.

PB> PB> That is absolutely critical.

PB> PB> "Ilya Ryzhenkov" <orangy@jetbrains.com> wrote in message

PB> news:76a2bd0b1577bc8ca834dab6ad6f8@news.intellij.net...

PB>

>>> Hello,

>>>

>>> I must admit, we were not very responsive in the forums for the last

>>> month

>>> or so. We were busy developing ReSharper 4 Here is quick update.

>>> We are currently working on preparing ReSharper for Beta -

>>> performance,

>>> memory, overall stability and reliability. Beta should be out very

>>> soon.

>>> Then we will have post-Beta cleanup, more stabilization for Release,

>>> fill

>>> in missing bricks found during Beta, and then ... Well, overall time

>>> scope

>>> for ReSharper 4 release is about a month.

>>> Thank you for your patience, we really appreciate your participation

>>> in

>>> our early access program! We are doing our best to deliver smart and

>>> quality product.

>>> And while we are here, what is single most important thing you want

>>> to be fixed/changed before release?

>>>

>>> Sincerely,

>>> Ilya Ryzhenkov

>>> JetBrains, Inc

>>> http://www.jetbrains.com

>>> "Develop with pleasure!"

>

 

 

Guest
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May 19, 2008 9:41 PM in response to: Ilya Ryzhenkov
Re: ReSharper 4 -- Status Update

I'd love to have XAML intellisense optionally triggered automatically just

as it is in C# code.  I find it somewhat annoying having to hit Ctrl+Space

or CtrlShiftSpace every time I want to add a property (attribute)

assignment.

 

 

Kevin Johnson Newbie 1 posts since
May 20, 2008
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May 20, 2008 10:39 PM in response to: Ilya Ryzhenkov
Re: ReSharper 4 -- Status Update

The one thing that would really help us is support for MSTest private accessors.  See a post by  Michael Flanakin on Mar 15, 2008 11:17 PM for details. It may be a bad habit to use private accessors, but we have, and all the false errors make solution-wide checking a lot less useful. 

 

JIRA has the issue (RSRP-60958) listed as fixed, but it sure doesn't look fixed to me...

 

Other than that I have to say - great work!

 

Kevin

 

Edited by: Kevin Johnson on May 20, 2008 10:36 PM

 

Edited by: Kevin Johnson on May 20, 2008 10:39 PM

Guest
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May 20, 2008 11:58 PM in response to: Kevin Johnson
Re: ReSharper 4 -- Status Update

Kevin,

 

The one thing that would really help us is support for MSTest private

accessors.  See a post by  Michael Flanakin on Mar 15, 2008 11:17 PM for

details. It may be a bad habit to use private accessors, but we have, and

all the false errors make solution-wide checking a lot less useful

 

The support should have been implemented quite a few builds ago. Today I

just polished it a bit.

 

--

Sergey V. Coox

JetBrains, Inc

http://www.jetbrains.com

"Develop with pleasure!"

 

 

 

brian hoang Newbie 1 posts since
May 31, 2008
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May 31, 2008 12:55 AM in response to: Ilya Ryzhenkov
Re: ReSharper 4 -- Status Update

Please fix performance problems with ASP.NET too please.  4.0 seems better than 3.1, but any further improvement on that would be much appreciated.  We have fairly large web sites and 3.x has been completely unusable on it, so we have stopped using Resharper while working with those solutions.  In particular, if you can have options to exclude certain folders from being parsed, that would be good, since we have a few very large "content" folders (images, movies, etc.) and it's been very frustrating to see the "parsing xxx.jpg" message flying by the status bar, while those files have nothing to do whatsoever with the code.

 

Keep up the good work.  W/o you guys, VS would be a pretty inferior product.

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