RGreatEx

Now that RGreatEx is no longer being sold, is there any plans to include
similar functionality into Resharper?

Mike


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Hello Mike,

Yes.

Sincerely,
Ilya Ryzhenkov

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


MH> Now that RGreatEx is no longer being sold, is there any plans to
MH> include similar functionality into Resharper?
MH>
MH> Mike
MH>


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Can you please provide some details? It would be helpful to get an idea of when to expect to start seeing RGreatEx features in ReSharper. I've been unable to find any information about how SafeDevelop is handling this phase between discontinuation of sales and the inclusion of RGreatEx features into the core of ReSharper. It would seem that for anyone who has not already purchased a license of RGreatEx that we can use the trial for 14 days, but after that we are just stuck waiting, which is unfortunate.

Have any RGreatEx features been incorporated into the nightly builds?

Thanks!

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Hello Scott,

Current plan is to include resource refactoring and other features of RGreatEx
into ReSharper 5. Exact feature set is not public yet, but I can say it will
a lot more and somewhat less than were in RGreatEx itself. We are going to
publish Road Map for ReSharper 5 sometime in July, stay tuned.

Sincerely,
Ilya Ryzhenkov

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


IR> Can you please provide some details? It would be helpful to get an
IR> idea of when to expect to start seeing RGreatEx features in
IR> ReSharper. I've been unable to find any information about how
IR> SafeDevelop is handling this phase between discontinuation of sales
IR> and the inclusion of RGreatEx features into
IR> the core of ReSharper. It would seem that for anyone who has not
IR> already purchased a license of RGreatEx that we can use the trial
IR> for 14 days, but after that we are just stuck waiting, which is
IR> unfortunate.
IR> Have any RGreatEx features been incorporated into the nightly
IR> builds?
IR>
IR> Thanks!
IR>
IR> ---
IR> Original message URL:
IR> http://www.jetbrains.net/devnet/message/5240437#5240437


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"Ilya Ryzhenkov" <orangy@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
news:76a2bd0b183a138cbbf60ea518425@news.intellij.net...

Current plan is to include resource refactoring and other features of
RGreatEx into ReSharper 5. Exact feature set is not public yet, but I can
say it will a lot more and somewhat less than were in RGreatEx itself. We
are going to publish Road Map for ReSharper 5 sometime in July, stay
tuned.


Fortunately RGreatEx evaluation license generating prograsm is still running
(atm) so you can keep getting evaluation licenses for now...

Mike


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Hello Mike,

Now that RGreatEx is no longer being sold, is there any plans to
include similar functionality into Resharper?

Mike


We provide license of RGreatEx and .NET Code Inspector without fee for a
customers of ReSharper 4.5.
Please, send your license request to the sales@safedevelop.com

Best regards,
Alexander Nesterenko
Safe Develop Team


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V.Petrovski wrote:


We provide license of RGreatEx and .NET Code Inspector without fee for a
customers of ReSharper 4.5.
Please, send your license request to the sales@safedevelop.com 



Thanks, but my mail to that address could not be delivered. Is there any other way how to get the license key other than waiting for R# 5? We do have R# 4.5 licensed.

Thanks in advance,
best regards
Petr K.

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