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Annie Bougie
I am hooked on ReSharper, and when I started using VS 2008 with ReSharper, I was feeling the pain with version 3.1. I would go back and forth between turning it off so I could access my Linq methods and avoid having ReSharper reformat my code into a nice mess, and turning it on so I could have it fix my usings and reformat my code nicely. I have been using ReSharper 4.0 pre-release version for a few weeks now, and it's working out pretty good. I only have to turn it off once in a while now. The lambda expressions still show up as errors, and it doesn't recognize partial methods at all, but it does pretty good with everything else. It still crashes quite a bit, but I'm sure they are working on fixing it. Every version I get seems to be better.

I also use VS 2005, and I have ReSharper v2.5 installed there, and it doesn't seem to cause any problems.

Here is the link: ReSharper 4.0

Enjoy! Posted on Tuesday, April 1, 2008 9:23 AM Linq | Back to top


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