I use build 208 on VS2005 (RC1) and these are my impressions so far:
- When a class implements an interface, and not all members of that
interface is implemented (correctly underlined) the action light bulb
does not show anymore. Also alt-enter does not work. This worked ok in 207.
- Still problems with partial classes. When a class is split in two
files (A and B). R# shows variables as unresolved when used in file A,
but defined in file B. After I open file B, and the file is parsed by
R#, suddenly the variables show OK in file A (not red any more). Same in
- "Cannot access internal class". I see this warning sometimes on public
types that come from another project in my solution, and are not marked
internal or protected.
- The global keyword still cannot be resolved (for example
BackgroundImage = global::MyAssembly.Properties.Resources.MyFooImage;)
- Sometimes the "error highlight / analysis bar" next my text editor
scroll bar, is gone for some files, never saw that in build 207.
- The preparsing of the solution and it's assemblies when opening in VS
did not noticeably improve unfortunately. It's still needs a lot of time
for parsing / detecting changes for example on Microsoft.mshtml.
Besides these points 208 feels more stable and faster than 207, and
seems to be working reasonable ok in a large solution that made build
207 unusable because the error screen just kept popping up.
With kind regards,