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No, we have a bit more modest plans to move to VS2003 Plugin 2.0 at least ;)

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Oleg Stepanov
Software Developer
JetBrains, Inc.
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

And when will it be released to EAP?




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EAP for C# IDE will be after releasing of ReSharper 2.0 add-in to VS2005
and VS2003.

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

And when will it be released to EAP?




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Hi Guys

I know it is probably way to early for you to answer my question but do you have any idea what the IDE will cost. I'm trying to decide if I'm going for VS2005 + R2.0 or for the R-IDE. I've already got R1.5 so my upgrade to R2.0 should be free (if I understood correctly).

Even if you can't provide any numbers (which I would surely understand) can you atleast provide some hints on how the pricing would work out for the VS2005 + R2.0 vs R-IDE comparison??

Regards Petrik

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Hello Patrick,

Hi Guys

I know it is probably way to early for you to answer my question but
do you have any idea what the IDE will cost. I'm trying to decide if
I'm going for VS2005 + R2.0 or for the R-IDE. I've already got R1.5 so
my upgrade to R2.0 should be free (if I understood correctly).

Even if you can't provide any numbers (which I would surely
understand) can you atleast provide some hints on how the pricing
would work out for the VS2005 + R2.0 vs R-IDE comparison??

Regards Petrick


We have not discussed this in detail ... however, if I were betting, I'd
say it would be practical for us to start the ReSharper IDE at 400 to 450
USD for version 1.0 .... this is just going to depend upon how feature rich
it becomes. It could be more .... won't know more until we near the end
of the EAP (you've got to wait a while). There will probably be some special
incentive for Resharper plugin users to jump to the IDE, too, but again,
it's way too early to give specifics ...

Best,

David Stennett
JetBrains, Inc.


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Hello Patrick,

P> I'm going for VS2005 + R2.0 or for the R-IDE.

Btw, RIDE seems to be nice name for the IDE :)

Sincerely,
Ilya Ryzhenkov


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>

We have not discussed this in detail ... however, if I were betting, I'd
say it would be practical for us to start the ReSharper IDE at 400 to 450
USD for version 1.0 .... this is just going to depend upon how feature
rich it becomes. It could be more .... won't know more until we near the
end of the EAP (you've got to wait a while). There will probably be some
special incentive for Resharper plugin users to jump to the IDE, too, but
again, it's way too early to give specifics ...


$450! In that case I'm buying XDevelop.


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Hello Glider,

>> We have not discussed this in detail ... however, if I were betting,
>> I'd say it would be practical for us to start the ReSharper IDE at
>> 400 to 450 USD for version 1.0 .... this is just going to depend upon
>> how feature rich it becomes. It could be more .... won't know more
>> until we near the end of the EAP (you've got to wait a while). There
>> will probably be some special incentive for Resharper plugin users to
>> jump to the IDE, too, but again, it's way too early to give specifics
>> ...
>>

$450! In that case I'm buying XDevelop.


Well, as I said, nothing is official ... we'll have to wait and see. I'm
just throwing it out since our Java IDE is 499 USD ... I don't think the
first version of our C# IDE is going to be as feature packed, but I've been
surprised before ... it'll definately be worth whatever price tag we put
on it, that much is for sure ... after all, does anyone here feel they've
been short-changed by our products before? I most certainly hope not ...

Best,

David Stennett
JetBrains, Inc.


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$450! In that case I'm buying XDevelop.


Did you try it? It would be interesting for us to know your impressions about
this new product. It's strong and weak sides, etc.

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

>> We have not discussed this in detail ... however, if I were betting,
>> I'd say it would be practical for us to start the ReSharper IDE at
>> 400 to 450 USD for version 1.0 .... this is just going to depend upon
>> how feature rich it becomes. It could be more .... won't know more
>> until we near the end of the EAP (you've got to wait a while). There
>> will probably be some special incentive for Resharper plugin users to
>> jump to the IDE, too, but again, it's way too early to give specifics
>> ...
>>

$450! In that case I'm buying XDevelop.




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$450! In that case I'm buying XDevelop.


Hello Glider,

At least, wait to see and try the ReSharper IDE when it comes up intead of
basing all your decision on a still unofficial difference of price. 8)

Cheers,
Jeff


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Did you try it? It would be interesting for us to know your impressions
about this new product. It's strong and weak sides, etc.


well, straight off the bat:

Multiple Languages: C#, VB.NET
Multiple Target Runtimes: Java/Java 5.0, Mono, .NET 1.1/.NET 2.0
Also runs on Linux (Although no .NET if on linux)
Loads Visual Studio solutions.
And most features you'd expect from an IDE:

Downsides:

No Form Designer.
A few bugs, but expected with a 1.0


I'm not going to buy X-Develop yet. I was always going to hold out to see
what the Jetbrains IDE holds, because IDEA is better than codeguide. My
expectations of your C# IDE are high :)



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Multiple Languages: C#, VB.NET


Our IDE will support C# and VB.NET

Multiple Target Runtimes: Java/Java 5.0, Mono, .NET 1.1/.NET 2.0


I suspect most of people need either a Java IDE or a .NET IDE, not both.
As for .NET frameworks we will support .NET 1.1, .NET 2.0 and probably Mono
as target frameworks.

Also runs on Linux (Although no .NET if on linux)


Doesn't it support Mono development on linux? I think this is the market
where they can have success.

Loads Visual Studio solutions.


We'll do as well.


No Form Designer.


We will have one.

I'm not going to buy X-Develop yet. I was always going to hold out to
see what the Jetbrains IDE holds, because IDEA is better than
codeguide. My expectations of your C# IDE are high :)


Thanks!

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

>> Did you try it? It would be interesting for us to know your
>> impressions about this new product. It's strong and weak sides, etc.
>>

well, straight off the bat:

Multiple Languages: C#, VB.NET
Multiple Target Runtimes: Java/Java 5.0, Mono, .NET 1.1/.NET 2.0
Also runs on Linux (Although no .NET if on linux)
Loads Visual Studio solutions.
And most features you'd expect from an IDE:
Downsides:

No Form Designer.
A few bugs, but expected with a 1.0
I'm not going to buy X-Develop yet. I was always going to hold out to
see what the Jetbrains IDE holds, because IDEA is better than
codeguide. My expectations of your C# IDE are high :)




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I tried X-Developer briefly, but once I realized that it does not work with
ASP projects, I stopped because these are the only projects I work on (using
DotNetNuke framework).

>> Did you try it? It would be interesting for us to know your
>> impressions about this new product. It's strong and weak sides, etc.
>>
G> well, straight off the bat:
G>
G> Multiple Languages: C#, VB.NET
G> Multiple Target Runtimes: Java/Java 5.0, Mono, .NET 1.1/.NET 2.0
G> Also runs on Linux (Although no .NET if on linux)
G> Loads Visual Studio solutions.
G> And most features you'd expect from an IDE:
G> Downsides:
G>
G> No Form Designer.
G> A few bugs, but expected with a 1.0
G> I'm not going to buy X-Develop yet. I was always going to hold out to
G> see what the Jetbrains IDE holds, because IDEA is better than
G> codeguide. My expectations of your C# IDE are high :)
G>


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I tried X-Developer briefly, but once I realized that it does not work
with ASP projects, I stopped because these are the only projects I
work on (using DotNetNuke framework).


We will support ASP projects (in both VS add-in since version 2.0 and in
the IDE).

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

I tried X-Developer briefly, but once I realized that it does not work
with ASP projects, I stopped because these are the only projects I
work on (using DotNetNuke framework).

>>> Did you try it? It would be interesting for us to know your
>>> impressions about this new product. It's strong and weak sides, etc.
>>>
G>> well, straight off the bat:
G>>
G>> Multiple Languages: C#, VB.NET
G>> Multiple Target Runtimes: Java/Java 5.0, Mono, .NET 1.1/.NET 2.0
G>> Also runs on Linux (Although no .NET if on linux)
G>> Loads Visual Studio solutions.
G>> And most features you'd expect from an IDE:
G>> Downsides:
G>> No Form Designer.
G>> A few bugs, but expected with a 1.0
G>> I'm not going to buy X-Develop yet. I was always going to hold out
G>> to
G>> see what the Jetbrains IDE holds, because IDEA is better than
G>> codeguide. My expectations of your C# IDE are high :)



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