Builds 150 & 151?

What's the difference between build 150 and 151? There is no issues fixed for those builds in tracker. Are there just features or are there any bugs fixed? Probably, marked as fixed in 116? Will 150 work in vs2003 or is it EAP for vs2005?

Please clarify.

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150+ is the EAP for ReSharper 1.5 scheduled for release in the end of
January. Build 150 had some non-functional issues. Fixes for 116 are
incorporated in 151.

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"Ilya Ryzhenkov" <no_mail@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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What's the difference between build 150 and 151? There is no issues fixed
for those builds in tracker. Are there just features or are there any bugs
fixed? Probably, marked as fixed in 116? Will 150 work in vs2003 or is it
EAP for vs2005?

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Please clarify.



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Hi Ilya,

Actually, build #116 was renamed into build #150 :)
After publishing the 150 build, we found that trial key was missed, and
publish build #151 with the only difference - the availability of the trial
key.

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"Ilya Ryzhenkov" <no_mail@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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What's the difference between build 150 and 151? There is no issues fixed

for those builds in tracker. Are there just features or are there any bugs
fixed? Probably, marked as fixed in 116? Will 150 work in vs2003 or is it
EAP for vs2005?
>

Please clarify.



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Thanks a lot. Just curious, does Extract Superclass refactoring also include refactorings to promote/demote member, i.e. move it to base class, move to derived (copy) and related?

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Thanks a lot. Just curious, does Extract Superclass refactoring also
include refactorings to promote/demote member, i.e. move it to base
class, move to derived (copy) and related?


Not, these refactorings (Push Down Member and Pull Up Member) are not included.
They are not planned for 1.5.

Valentin Kipiatkov
Chief Scientist, Vice President of Product Development
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Thanks a lot. Just curious, does Extract Superclass refactoring also
include refactorings to promote/demote member, i.e. move it to base
class, move to derived (copy) and related?



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Hello Valentin,

>> Thanks a lot. Just curious, does Extract Superclass refactoring also
>> include refactorings to promote/demote member, i.e. move it to base
>> class, move to derived (copy) and related?
>>
VK> Not, these refactorings (Push Down Member and Pull Up Member) are
VK> not included. They are not planned for 1.5.

I see, though I personally think this render Extract refactorings almost
useless.

Sincerely,
Ilya Ryzhenkov


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