SubVersion support

Hi,

I saw that you guys (JetBrains) are releasing the unit test runner
separately for free; great idea!

This reminded of a thread here about a SubVersion addin for VS.NET that you
guys were considering to implement. I also seem to remember that there was
a fair intrest for it from the people in this newsgroup/forum.

Is there still any chance of this becomming a project? At the moment I use
AnkhSVN and imho it is just a little too buggy to feel comfortable,
especially when refactoring classnames (and as a result renaming .cs files).

Greetings,

Guy


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Hello Guy,

unfortunately we have no plans to support any version control systems, SVN
including, in a near future.
IMO, version control support doesn't quite fit into the current ReSharper
positioning as a productivity add-in
for VS. Not that we can't consider this for a future if we have enough resources
and all features of higher
priority are implemented.

Regards,
Dmitry Shaporenkov
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

Hi,

I saw that you guys (JetBrains) are releasing the unit test runner
separately for free; great idea!

This reminded of a thread here about a SubVersion addin for VS.NET
that you guys were considering to implement.  I also seem to remember
that there was a fair intrest for it from the people in this
newsgroup/forum.

Is there still any chance of this becomming a project? At the moment I
use AnkhSVN and imho it is just a little too buggy to feel
comfortable, especially when refactoring classnames (and as a result
renaming .cs files).

Greetings,

Guy



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Look at  http://www.visualsvn.com

It's not feature complete (without icon overlays in solution explorer)
and definitely not free, but looks very promising....

Michal Levy

Guy Mahieu wrote:

Hi,

I saw that you guys (JetBrains) are releasing the unit test runner
separately for free; great idea!

This reminded of a thread here about a SubVersion addin for VS.NET that you
guys were considering to implement.  I also seem to remember that there was
a fair intrest for it from the people in this newsgroup/forum.

Is there still any chance of this becomming a project? At the moment I use
AnkhSVN and imho it is just a little too buggy to feel comfortable,
especially when refactoring classnames (and as a result renaming .cs files).

Greetings,

Guy

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