New Build?

I've loved the past few times you guys have done EAP's with the pretty regular nightly builds.  At least then I could decide if I wanted to install the latest, but now it's been 3 weeks since the last build and I keep hitting the same bugs/errors time and time again.  Is there any way we can get at least more regular releases?Thanks
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Hi Stephen,

Thanks for trying out EAP builds! We're planning to publish new EAP build in a day or two.
Also please make sure that you submit all exceptions/bugs found to our YouTrack here: http://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issues/RSRP

Thanks again!

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meanwhile it's a week and the evaluation period of the eap build will expire soon.

Regards
Klaus

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Hi Klaus,

We're aware about it, thanks. We're going to publish new build as soon as its quality is nice and stable enough for everyday use.
Thank you!

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hope this will be very soon also because the quality of the current build is not so good. Intellisense in VB is quite painful sometimes ;)

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I was hoping to evaluate the CLI 'inspectcode' tool for integration in to our build process. Unfortunately, the CLI tools is showing version 8.0.0.0, and the evaluation has already expired.

Can you make sure the new build includes an update to the CLI tool?

Barrie

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Hi Barrie,

New build is available on EAP downloads page here: http://confluence.jetbrains.com/display/ReSharper/ReSharper+8+EAP.

Thanks!

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I'm still getting the expiration message.

C:\jb-commandline-8.0.0.32>inspectcode.exe \Development\Service.sln
JetBrains InspectCode for .NET
Running in 64-bit mode, .NET runtime 4.0.30319.18047 under Microsoft Windows NT6.1.7601 Service Pack 1
This pre-release build of JetBrains JetBrains InspectCode for .NET Build 8.0.0.0 has expired.
Please update to a newer version: http://confluence.jetbrains.net/display/ReSharper/ReSharper+8+EAP
Failed to start JetBrains InspectCode for .NET.

Thanks
Barrie

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