EAP for VS 2010 is dead :(

Hi, it's been a month since the last build of the Visual Studio 2010 beta R# plugin was made public.

Please publish new builds - every time there are exceptions in the current one, I click submit, and the issues are created (for some reason they do not match up with the existing ones), yet all of them are immidiatelly marked as duplicates. Having new builds would help both R# team and us, the users. Thanks much!

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Hello,

Hi, it's been a month since the last build of the Visual Studio 2010
beta R# plugin was made public.


The preview was loosely based on R# v 4.5 codebase plus the VS 10 experimental
integration bits (even though it indicated version 5). Now this branch is
closed and there's no easy way for maintaining it. The VS10 integration lives
with R# v5 codebase, which is not stable enough yet to go public. There will
be no significant public bits until R# v5 EAP opens (which won't be too long
by the way).

If you indicate the specific mostly annoying exceptions I'll see if something
could be done about them.


Serge Baltic
JetBrains, Inc — http://www.jetbrains.com
“Develop with pleasure!”


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All the recent R# exception issues created by yurik and marked as duplicate would qualify, but I guess getting EAP for the real version 5 with 2010 support would be more important and fun.

Important note: please update the license - it will expire within the next few days!

Thanks much!

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Hello,

All the recent R# exception issues created by yurik and marked as
duplicate would qualify, but I guess getting EAP for the real
version 5 with 2010 support would be more important and fun.


Actually, yes. I meant those exceptions that really break important features,
not just color the status bar in red. The latter is sad but not so fatal
for this pre-EAP preview. Mass-backporting minor fixes is not worth the effort.

Important note: please update the license - it will expire within
the next few days!


Sure.


Serge Baltic
JetBrains, Inc — http://www.jetbrains.com
“Develop with pleasure!”


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