2.0 EAP and VS 2005 beta 2

I heard great things about resharper but I can't confirm them for now when
trying the EAP version.

I get lots of exceptions when my small soltuion is loaded (its about 40 files
in total, all VB.Net and nothing complex). Too many to mention here.
I logged them to your server under the name 'Buckley'. None of the refectoring
are available when VS.NET is started up, they are all grayed out.

I wish you happy bug hunting and I hope to try resharper soon.

Cheers,
Tom Pester


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Thank you for the feedback.

Currently, ReSharper doesn't support VB.NET :(
We will do our best to support it in the nearest future.

Since the ReSharper is developed using C#, we have no chance here to test it
on heavy VB.NET solutions. This is one of the goals of the
Early-Access-Program.

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JetBrains, Inc
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<Tom.PesterDELETETHISSS@pandora.be> wrote in message
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>I heard great things about resharper but I can't confirm them for now when
>trying the EAP version.
>

I get lots of exceptions when my small soltuion is loaded (its about 40
files in total, all VB.Net and nothing complex). Too many to mention here.
I logged them to your server under the name 'Buckley'. None of the
refectoring are available when VS.NET is started up, they are all grayed
out.

>

I wish you happy bug hunting and I hope to try resharper soon.

>

Cheers,
Tom Pester

>



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