I've been using R# with vs 2003 since the fist EAP and I love it. I've moved to vs 2005 and finally took the plunge to try R# 2.0 with it. Unfortunately, 2.0 is a huge memory hog, much more so than 1.5 was on vs 2003. Is this just the cost of all the new features or will this be addressed before the release?
Before I uninstalled it, a few things jumped out at me:
- R# quick tips (or whatever they are called) are not integrated with VS ones, nor do they look anything like the VS smart tags. I recall reading earlier on that you were looking at better integration, what happened? If they must be separated, can they be styled to match the look of the VS smart tags?
- R# takes over the F6 command, which is "Build" in VS'05 and something I've been conditioned to. I am sure this will be an issue with many people picking up R# after vs'05.
- R# did not always offer a way to fix a warning condition even when the cursor was placed at the offending like using the Go to Next command.
Upon uninstall, R# remained in the splash screen and the menu bar. I reset the settings to get rid of the menu bar presence, but the R# icon+text are still in the splash screen.