208 had a shorter life than 207

I've had to uninstall it already - got numerous errors just opening my
project, and by the time it opened, VS.Net was "out of memory" and my only
option was to close it and start again, as it promptly crashed. Same theing
again next time too... so back to 1.5.1...


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Same thing happend to me at work and again at home. I submitted all the errors. I had to uninstall it from my work computer, may have to do the same thing here at home.

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After uninstalling, clearing out all the caches, restarting and trying to install again I get the same errors. ReSharper doesn't appear to load correctly (no gutter markers on right, not key combo popups, etc...). Exception dialogs pop up for almost everything I do and when I am closing VS. Some of the exceptions will not submit due to an error, a 400 error I think when submitting.

Unfortunatly I had to uninstall 208, It is unusable for me.

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I'm seeing this aswell. No context menu's, loads of exceptions, even worse memory usage than before, the goto declaration item is still missing in those context menu's that do appear and when it appears a lot of resparper items are disabled.


Sorry to say, but I too uninstalled 208 within the hour.

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I also had to uninstall it. 207 worked great for me (though it occasionally threw an error or two). But w/ 208, I can't do anything, including ctrl-alt-l or virtually any command except exit. and sometimes that crashes visual studio.

I submitted all the bugs that I got.

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Hello Jesse and others,

it seems that there is a problem with the upgrade installation scenario.
Please try to uninstall ReSharper
and install it from scratch and check if it helps.

Sorry for troubles.


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

I'm seeing this aswell. No context menu's, loads of exceptions, even
worse memory usage than before, the goto declaration item is still
missing in those context menu's that do appear and when it appears a
lot of resparper items are disabled.

Sorry to say, but I too uninstalled 208 within the hour.



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I had a system that only had Resharper 1.5 installed. I uninstalled it before installing 208. The errors came nontheless.

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I got the same problem too. I use 208 for 2003. The exception started to surface since I opened the solution and kept popping up.

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Hi Dmitry,

I did do a fresh install of Resharper. I even retried after uninstaling and deleting all resharper directories and registery entries. I still have the same problem.

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Hello Brian,

actually we've already discovered the problem that reproduces only with VS
2003. We're going to
release 209 probably tomorrow.


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

Hi Dmitry,

I did do a fresh install of Resharper. I even retried after
uninstaling and deleting all resharper directories and registery
entries. I still have the same problem.



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Thank you Dmitry.

Dino

"Dmitry Shaporenkov (JetBrains)" <dsha@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
news:c8a894d9966c98c7a8628f4007eb@news.intellij.net...

Hello Brian,

>

actually we've already discovered the problem that reproduces only with VS
2003. We're going to
release 209 probably tomorrow.

>
>

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

>
>> Hi Dmitry,
>>
>> I did do a fresh install of Resharper. I even retried after
>> uninstaling and deleting all resharper directories and registery
>> entries. I still have the same problem.
>>
>



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It's tomorrow....

>> We're going to release 209 probably tomorrow.



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Amir Kolsky wrote:

It's tomorrow....

>>> We're going to release 209 probably tomorrow.



lol, yeah, seconded. Will 208 have support for VS.NET?

Sorry, had to be done. :)

w

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Wayne Douglas wrote:

Amir Kolsky wrote:

>> It's tomorrow....
>>
>>
>>>> We're going to release 209 probably tomorrow.
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>

lol, yeah, seconded. Will 208 have support for VS.NET?

Sorry, had to be done. :)

w


Doh!!! I meant to say 209, teach me for being smarmy!!!

w

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Just a reminder that we are using EAP.

Sometimes I see posts bordering on accusations or very demanding.

We are working together to make a better sortware, but bumps and mistakes
do happen in an EAP.

Like the EAP pages says:
"However, it is important to distinguish EAP from a pre-release software.
Please note that the quality of EAP versions may at times be way below even
usual beta standards"

Just my (peaceful) two cents 8)

Jeff Heon


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Hello Wayne,

we'll expect to publish 209 in a few hours.


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

Wayne Douglas wrote:

>> Amir Kolsky wrote:
>>
>>> It's tomorrow....
>>>
>>>>> We're going to release 209 probably tomorrow.
>>>>>
>> lol, yeah, seconded. Will 208 have support for VS.NET?
>>
>> Sorry, had to be done. :)
>>
>> w
>>

Doh!!! I meant to say 209, teach me for being smarmy!!!

w



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Hello Jeff,

I agree with you, but the current quality of some EAP builds (208 in particular)
is below any reasonable
margin. We realize this problem and are going to improve the situation in
near future.

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

Just a reminder that we are using EAP.

Sometimes I see posts bordering on accusations or very demanding.

We are working together to make a better sortware, but bumps and
mistakes do happen in an EAP.

Like the EAP pages says:
"However, it is important to distinguish EAP from a pre-release
software.
Please note that the quality of EAP versions may at times be way below
even
usual beta standards"
Just my (peaceful) two cents 8)

Jeff Heon



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Jeff Heon wrote:

Just a reminder that we are using EAP.

Sometimes I see posts bordering on accusations or very demanding.

We are working together to make a better sortware, but bumps and
mistakes do happen in an EAP.

Like the EAP pages says:
"However, it is important to distinguish EAP from a pre-release
software. Please note that the quality of EAP versions may at times be
way below even usual beta standards"

Just my (peaceful) two cents 8)

Jeff Heon

Agreed, and a damn fine bit of kit it is too!!

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+1 to your thoughtful post.

"Jeff Heon" <jfheon@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:6b75b6e54d7b8c7a8f30471c260@news.jetbrains.com...

Just a reminder that we are using EAP.

>

Sometimes I see posts bordering on accusations or very demanding.

>

We are working together to make a better sortware, but bumps and mistakes
do happen in an EAP.

>

Like the EAP pages says:
"However, it is important to distinguish EAP from a pre-release software.
Please note that the quality of EAP versions may at times be way below
even usual beta standards"

>

Just my (peaceful) two cents 8)

>

Jeff Heon

>



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