ReSharper 7 set for Visual Studio 2012 and WinRT
Version 7.0 of the ReSharper productivity and refactoring tool from JetBrains is now available. The new 7.0 release supports the forthcoming 2012 version of Visual Studio (VS) and development of WinRT applications for Windows 8, while still retaining compatibility with Visual Studio 2005, 2008 and 2010. The company says that work on integration into Visual Studio 2012 has been carried out using the release candidate of Microsoft's IDE, but JetBrains is promising to publish an update to deal with any changes which might be made in the final RTM (release to manufacture) version.
In addition to these, there are also further changes and revisions for those developing "traditional" .NET applications in Visual Studio. There are new refactorings, such as transformation of out parameters into tuples for a functional programming style. Code inspections, context actions and code generation helpers simplify interaction with the INotifyPropertyChanged interface in WPF, Silverlight and third party implementations. The type hierarchy in ReSharper has been extended so that polymorphic members now show which child types have or have not been implemented. Also in this extensibility category is the CSS style hierarchy which gives an overview of nested CSS selectors.
- ReSharper 7 Strikes First, Supports Visual Studio 2012 and Metro Style Application Development, press release from JetBrains.
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(Harald M. Genauck / crve)