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Sunday, 11. January 2009

ReSharper 4.5 and F#

Filed under: F#,Tools — Steffen Forkmann at 19:16 Uhr

Since I am working with hybrid solutions (with F# and C# projects in it) I had to deactivate ReSharper. ReSharper had a problem with analyzing my F# sources (see JIRA bug entry #79203). The result was that every single F# defined type and function was marked as an error. I nearly got crazy. On one hand I got used to all the nice ReSharper refactorings (and the NUnit runner) and on the other I got all these false positive errors.

But from now on this hard times are over. Today I tested build 1153 (see nightly builds for version 4.5) – and everything works fine.

ReSharper is running again

Thank you guys at JetBrains. 🙂

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  1. Thanks Steffen.
    I’m interested in the growing world of tools that work with F# …

    Comment by Art Scott — Monday, 12. January 2009 um 11:20 Uhr

  2. Hi,

    to be accurate: ReSharper still doesn’t support any features for F# development but now it doesn’t show any false positive errors.

    Regards Steffen

    Comment by Steffen Forkmann — Tuesday, 13. January 2009 um 8:52 Uhr

  3. Hello. I always used Counterize to track stats, but it’s not compatible with Wp 2.7 now… (Counterize II).
    Did you made a news version?

    Comment by flo — Saturday, 17. January 2009 um 10:00 Uhr

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