ReSharper 4.0 Gone Diamond

Dear EAP Members,

We've been working really hard on ReSharper 4.0 and shared the pain and the
pleasure of the way with you.
The time to make it has come: today ReSharper 4.0 has been released.

You all know the facets of the diamond:
- exceptional C# 3.0 support (try introducing parameter from expression which
uses local variables);
- new level of value analysis now aware of .NET Framework contracts;
- more typing boosters (CamelHumps in code completion and Complete Statement)
and
- friendliness to other inhabitants of the Visual Studio ecosystem.

Along the way we were very attentive to your requests and tried to fix most
of them: a major goal for 4.0
was to make the most stable ReSharper release ever and we've hit it. And
numbers of issues from the
recent beta and RC builds confirm that. So we are happy to celebrate the
release today with you.

Go now and download the most feature-rich and stable ReSharper release from
http://www.jetbrains.com

WBR,
Oleg Stepanov
.NET Tools Master
"Develop with pleasure!"




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"Oleg Stepanov" <oleg.stepanov@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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Dear EAP Members,

>

We've been working really hard on ReSharper 4.0 and shared the pain and
the pleasure of the way with you.
The time to make it has come: today ReSharper 4.0 has been released.


Congrats!

OK so ... (and not meaning to minimise the effort involved really!) do we
keep reporting things on Jira? (Because a couple of my bugs are outstanding,
and I have more grin


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Thanks for the hard work! Time to celebrate :) At Sony Belgium we have
recently purchased several licenses for our developers and today we are
going to upgrade to version 4.0. I have been working with version 4.0 since
the first nightly builds and I must say that it was so stable that we
installed previously one of the nightly builds on the developer rigs.

Thanks again for your great work!

Cheers

Gabriel Lozano-Moran

"Oleg Stepanov" <oleg.stepanov@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
news:f94546f61d088ca98ae15e9f872@news.intellij.net...

Dear EAP Members,

>

We've been working really hard on ReSharper 4.0 and shared the pain and
the pleasure of the way with you.
The time to make it has come: today ReSharper 4.0 has been released.

>

You all know the facets of the diamond:
- exceptional C# 3.0 support (try introducing parameter from expression
which uses local variables);
- new level of value analysis now aware of .NET Framework contracts;
- more typing boosters (CamelHumps in code completion and Complete
Statement) and
- friendliness to other inhabitants of the Visual Studio ecosystem.

>

Along the way we were very attentive to your requests and tried to fix
most of them: a major goal for 4.0
was to make the most stable ReSharper release ever and we've hit it. And
numbers of issues from the
recent beta and RC builds confirm that. So we are happy to celebrate the
release today with you.

>

Go now and download the most feature-rich and stable ReSharper release
from http://www.jetbrains.com

>

WBR,
Oleg Stepanov
.NET Tools Master
"Develop with pleasure!"

>
>
>



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Fantastic job, guys. Well done. You've put a lot of work in hitting the 4.0 milestone. Hopefully your management team will spoil you and pay for some celebrations.

I also believe Firefox 3 will make it mainstream very soon (maybe it has already) so all in all, it's a great week for excellent software.

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Hello Barry,

Sure, we'll have a bugfix update to fix the most severe issues found in
4.0.

WBR,
Oleg Stepanov
Senior Whiteboard Operator
JetBrains, Inc.
"Develop with pleasure!"
mailto:oleg.stepanov@jetbrains.com

OK so ... (and not meaning to minimise the effort involved really!) do
we keep reporting things on Jira? (Because a couple of my bugs are
outstanding, and I have more grin



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Congratulations, and well done! R# 4.0 is certainly a worthwhile upgrade--a
diamond indeed :). We all appreciate the hard work you've put in, and your
attentiveness in listening to what your users want. Take some well-earned
time off, and be sure to let us know once you're actively discussing new
features for the next release so we can offer up some suggestions.

Thanks again for making all of our lives so much better :).

Best regards,
Mike Strobel

P.S. The default keymap download link for the R# 2.x/IDEA scheme still
points to the R# 3.0 version. The link to the Visual Studio scheme is
correct.

"Oleg Stepanov" <oleg.stepanov@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
news:f94546f61d088ca98ae15e9f872@news.intellij.net...

Dear EAP Members,

>

We've been working really hard on ReSharper 4.0 and shared the pain and
the pleasure of the way with you.
The time to make it has come: today ReSharper 4.0 has been released.

>

You all know the facets of the diamond:
- exceptional C# 3.0 support (try introducing parameter from expression
which uses local variables);
- new level of value analysis now aware of .NET Framework contracts;
- more typing boosters (CamelHumps in code completion and Complete
Statement) and
- friendliness to other inhabitants of the Visual Studio ecosystem.

>

Along the way we were very attentive to your requests and tried to fix
most of them: a major goal for 4.0
was to make the most stable ReSharper release ever and we've hit it. And
numbers of issues from the
recent beta and RC builds confirm that. So we are happy to celebrate the
release today with you.

>

Go now and download the most feature-rich and stable ReSharper release
from http://www.jetbrains.com

>

WBR,
Oleg Stepanov
.NET Tools Master
"Develop with pleasure!"

>
>
>

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