Can I use ReSharper 2.0 with ReSharper 1.5 ?

Hi - I am currently relying on ReSharper 1.5 to keep me productive with
VS2003.

I cannot afford to not have ReSharper 1.5 working.

My question: I would like to play with ReSharper 2.0 in VS2005 - is this
possible without uninstalling ReSharper 1.5 ?

I have read the documentation available but I cant seem to find an answer
for my question.

Regards
Thomas Koch


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Hello Thomas,

there should be no problems using ReSharper 1.5 and ReSharper 2.0 for VS
2005 side-by-side.

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

Hi - I am currently relying on ReSharper 1.5 to keep me productive
with VS2003.

I cannot afford to not have ReSharper 1.5 working.

My question: I would like to play with ReSharper 2.0 in VS2005 - is
this possible without uninstalling ReSharper 1.5 ?

I have read the documentation available but I cant seem to find an
answer for my question.

Regards
Thomas Koch



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I'm running the same combination side-by-side without problems.

Used to have a problem with the R#1.5 preferences being overwritten by
the R2.x for VS2005 version, but I think that's solved in the latest
versions...

Wiebe

Dmitry Shaporenkov (JetBrains) wrote:

Hello Thomas,

there should be no problems using ReSharper 1.5 and ReSharper 2.0 for VS
2005 side-by-side.

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

>> Hi - I am currently relying on ReSharper 1.5 to keep me productive
>> with VS2003.
>>
>> I cannot afford to not have ReSharper 1.5 working.
>>
>> My question: I would like to play with ReSharper 2.0 in VS2005 - is
>> this possible without uninstalling ReSharper 1.5 ?
>>
>> I have read the documentation available but I cant seem to find an
>> answer for my question.
>>
>> Regards
>> Thomas Koch


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Hello Wiebe,

this shouldn't be a problem with recent 2.0 builds, as they store settings
file in a different
directory.

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


Used to have a problem with the R#1.5 preferences being overwritten by
the R2.x for VS2005 version, but I think that's solved in the latest
versions...



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Ok - I have tried it and they seem to get along on the same machine.

I had problems running the two earlier, hence my question.

Thanks for answering. :)

Cheers
Thomas

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Hello Thomas,

>

there should be no problems using ReSharper 1.5 and ReSharper 2.0 for VS
2005 side-by-side.

>

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

>
>> Hi - I am currently relying on ReSharper 1.5 to keep me productive
>> with VS2003.
>>
>> I cannot afford to not have ReSharper 1.5 working.
>>
>> My question: I would like to play with ReSharper 2.0 in VS2005 - is
>> this possible without uninstalling ReSharper 1.5 ?
>>
>> I have read the documentation available but I cant seem to find an
>> answer for my question.
>>
>> Regards
>> Thomas Koch
>



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Hi Dmitry

Unfortunately I have to say you weren't completely correct. I have R# 1.5 installed in VS2003 (all my major work is still done in VS2003 until you guys get R# 2.0 finished ;-). And I just installed build 215 on VS2005 and that screwed all my resharper 1.5 settings (including helpfully deleting all my live templates etc.).

Needless to say I'm not happy now. I know R# 2.0 is a pre-alpha build etc. etc. but I do get kinda tired of having to reset my R# 1.5 settings every time.

Is there anything I can do to prevent this from happening? Or atleast a way to safe guard my current settings somewhere because if I remember correctly an uninstall of 215 will screw up my settings again (and no I haven't tried that yet).

Regards

Petrik

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Jup I had the same thing but not with the recent builds...

Patrick wrote:

Hi Dmitry

Unfortunately I have to say you weren't completely correct. I have R# 1.5 installed in VS2003 (all my major work is still done in VS2003 until you guys get R# 2.0 finished ;-). And I just installed build 215 on VS2005 and that screwed all my resharper 1.5 settings (including helpfully deleting all my live templates etc.).

Needless to say I'm not happy now. I know R# 2.0 is a pre-alpha build etc. etc. but I do get kinda tired of having to reset my R# 1.5 settings every time.

Is there anything I can do to prevent this from happening? Or atleast a way to safe guard my current settings somewhere because if I remember correctly an uninstall of 215 will screw up my settings again (and no I haven't tried that yet).

Regards

Petrik


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Hello Wiebe,

we've looked into this problem and discovered that it was probably overlooked
and the UserSettings.xml
directory has not been changed. Will be fixed in the next build.

Thank you for noticing!


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

Jup I had the same thing but not with the recent builds...

Patrick wrote:

>> Hi Dmitry
>>
>> Unfortunately I have to say you weren't completely correct. I have R#
>> 1.5 installed in VS2003 (all my major work is still done in VS2003
>> until you guys get R# 2.0 finished ;-). And I just installed build
>> 215 on VS2005 and that screwed all my resharper 1.5 settings
>> (including helpfully deleting all my live templates etc.).
>>
>> Needless to say I'm not happy now. I know R# 2.0 is a pre-alpha build
>> etc. etc. but I do get kinda tired of having to reset my R# 1.5
>> settings every time.
>>
>> Is there anything I can do to prevent this from happening? Or atleast
>> a way to safe guard my current settings somewhere because if I
>> remember correctly an uninstall of 215 will screw up my settings
>> again (and no I haven't tried that yet).
>>
>> Regards
>>
>> Petrik
>>


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