C# IDE or R#?

So, now that R# 2.0 out, I remember a long time ago that JetBrains was
working on a C# IDE. I know that the functionality in R# was being built
so as to be reused within the IDE project, so I bet R# 2.0 is a big
milestone for that project as well. I was wondering if JetBrains is
still planning on building a standalone C# IDE like IntelliJ, or has the
strategy shifted to focus on VS.NET integration?

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Hi All

I would like to know the same thing. It's been a while since we last heard any news about the IDE. And the jetbrains people have been very quiet about it too. Could anybody from jetbrains shed some light on the situation. Should we keep hoping for a jetbrains Resharper IDE or do we need to start getting used to VS (with Resharper to make it usable).

Regards Petrik

So, now that R# 2.0 out, I remember a long time ago
that JetBrains was
working on a C# IDE. I know that the functionality in
R# was being built
so as to be reused within the IDE project, so I bet
R# 2.0 is a big
milestone for that project as well. I was wondering
if JetBrains is
still planning on building a standalone C# IDE like
IntelliJ, or has the
strategy shifted to focus on VS.NET integration?

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"Greg Fodor" <greg@parature.com> wrote in message
news:e51uv5$t0b$1@is.intellij.net...

building a standalone C# IDE like IntelliJ, or has the strategy shifted to
focus on VS.NET integration?


+1 !!

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IMHO:

R# 2.0 is a great enought for standalone addin to VS2005. And not enought
feauture requests to make true 3.0 at least for this VS release. Future
release of
VS might be contain in new feautures at least Singularity language (S#,
Sing#) but
its now is only under deep research... (and its mostly compatible/comparable
to C#)

So guys, now with VS2005 and R# 2.0 we all (users) have a big pause to
other
innovations. You can make IDE - fast, specific, and fully RAD feautured. You
have
more than enought time before Sing# will rise.

Your only one possible concurent - is a next release of Borland IDE...
Current BDS2006 is fast, powerfull, usable (more than VS2005),
but compatible only with FW 1.1 :(((

ivan.tsarevich.


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We do not plan to continue work on C# IDE in the nearest future. So for the
near future the focus shifted to the VS.NET integration.

Valentin Kipiatkov
Chief Scientist, Vice President of Product Development
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

So, now that R# 2.0 out, I remember a long time ago that JetBrains was
working on a C# IDE. I know that the functionality in R# was being
built so as to be reused within the IDE project, so I bet R# 2.0 is a
big milestone for that project as well. I was wondering if JetBrains
is still planning on building a standalone C# IDE like IntelliJ, or
has the strategy shifted to focus on VS.NET integration?



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