Is the 2010 EAP dead?

There hasn't been a build of ReSharper for VS2010 since 19th July, and today I got the following message from it:

"This pre-release build of JetBrains ReSharper DevTen Preview has expired.

Please update to a newer version:

http://www.jetbrains.com/resharper/download/index.html"

Unfortunately the link doesn't point to a version that can run in VS2010...

So, is the EAP officially dead now, or is it just me getting that error message?

Cheers,

    Geoff

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I haven't tested it, but this page:
   http://www.jetbrains.net/confluence/display/ReSharper/ReSharperforVisualStudio2010+%28Preview%29
shows a license key that expires on September 22.

Glen


"Geoff Taylor" <no_reply@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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There hasn't been a build of ReSharper for VS2010 since 19th July, and
today I got the following message from it:

>

"This pre-release build of JetBrains ReSharper DevTen Preview has expired.

>

Please update to a newer version:
http://www.jetbrains.com/resharper/download/index.html"

>

Unfortunately the link doesn't point to a version that can run in
VS2010...

>

So, is the EAP officially dead now, or is it just me getting that error
message?

>

Cheers,

>

Geoff

>

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Unfortunately this doesn't seem to be a license expiration issue - I've had those before, and they display a different dialog.  I think the expiration is hard-coded into the binary.

It makes sense that JetBrains wouldn't want ropey EAPs running forever, so expiring them is probably a good idea, and a 50-day expiration is plenty of time for developers to install a newer version.  Unfortunately there's nothing to replace the expired build.

Cheers,

    Geoff

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New build is published.
Nothing new in this build, just expiration date is shifted

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