Resharper 4.0 EAP

I know the EAP is supposed to open this month, I was wondering if there was any date targeted. Additionally, is there a newsletter, or other notification I can sign up for to be alerted when 4.0 EAP is available?

I am a resharper addict, but have had to stop using it since I am working on many 3.5 projects for clients now. I want my best friend back :)

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Well written Sam. I've already started porting our production projects to 2008 RTM and in a few places I've identified areas where LINQ will reduce the complexity of some loops and objects that check what needs to be used when they are called. For that reason I've had to disable my "best friend".

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From my experience, while it was annoying to have false errors reported due to LINQ keywords, and System.Linq removed as a reference, I could live with that given what else ReSharper delivered.

Also, as a possible "temporary" workaround you might want to consider moving LINQ code into a separate *.cs file (remember "partial" is your friend).

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I wonder whether our friends from JetBrains are still enjoying the holidays because I remember them saying that they had a long vacation ahead end December. Still no news about the ReSharper 4.0 EAP?

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I guess so.. So guys, any news about Re# 4?

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Any news when the EAP is going to open? There's only one day of January left now...

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Cut off the pressure from the guys :) 4.0 will be ready, when it's ready.
I'm sure it will kick ass as any release before.

Cheers.

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"within two weeks", that is.

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i agree! however long it takes is how long it takes.

on an unrelated note, does anybody else use a non-standard color scheme?
i use a black background with foreground colors that i grabbed from john
lam (www.iunknown.com). it'd be nice if r# had some color schemes that were
good to go based upon the black background. just saying...


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