Two-week license periods

I have to plea complete ignorance on this one:

I'm about to beg for my fourth password for the EAP version of ReSharper.
Each password seems to last for a couple of weeks or so.

Whereas having to deal with eap versions that are quite unstable is a choice
that I've consciously made (and am willing to deal with), having to
constantly beg for passwords seems to be entirely unnecessary and quite
irritating.

Inasmuch as the release version is at least a couple of months away, is
there a reason that JetBrains doesn't provide temporary licenses last for -
oh - a month or two or THREE?

Jeff


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Hello Jeff,

I see a rationale in your words. I think we have to consider increasing license
validity period.


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

I have to plea complete ignorance on this one:

I'm about to beg for my fourth password for the EAP version of
ReSharper. Each password seems to last for a couple of weeks or so.

Whereas having to deal with eap versions that are quite unstable is a
choice that I've consciously made (and am willing to deal with),
having to constantly beg for passwords seems to be entirely
unnecessary and quite irritating.

Inasmuch as the release version is at least a couple of months away,
is there a reason that JetBrains doesn't provide temporary licenses
last for - oh - a month or two or THREE?

Jeff



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Also if you have a purchased license for 1.x ou can use it. If you don't
have one I would recommend you to consider buying one because the price will
be increased when 2.0 is released (and upgrade from 1.x to 2.0 is free) so
you'll save money buying before the release.

Valentin Kipiatkov
Chief Scientist, Vice President of Product Development
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

I have to plea complete ignorance on this one:

I'm about to beg for my fourth password for the EAP version of
ReSharper. Each password seems to last for a couple of weeks or so.

Whereas having to deal with eap versions that are quite unstable is a
choice that I've consciously made (and am willing to deal with),
having to constantly beg for passwords seems to be entirely
unnecessary and quite irritating.

Inasmuch as the release version is at least a couple of months away,
is there a reason that JetBrains doesn't provide temporary licenses
last for - oh - a month or two or THREE?

Jeff



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