Visual studio .NET plugin release date? (EAP)

Are there a release date for the VS plugin?
(EAP release date)


Regards
Thomas

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I'm eagerly awaiting this plugin - having recently switched from Java/IDEA

to C#/VS.NET, I'm really missing a lot of the features IDEA had previously
spoiled me with.

100% agree. I'm in the exactly the same situation and I'm counting the days
for the eap release.


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The Optimize Imports tool would also be a nice addition.

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One thing I really need is a new Class view.
The class view / solution explorer in VS 2003 is really bad.



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Also it could be nice with:

- Matching braces highlighting (REALLY NEED THIS)
- Ctrl + mouse click (GoTo definition)
- Code formatter
- Easy generation of Property's
- Import Assistant
- Intelligent error highlighting
- Auto-insertion of closing brace
- Live Templates
- Find usage
- Parameter Info
- Surrounding of selected code fragment with try/catch

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I would love a plugin for VS.2003!

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There are some troubles...

The features of Whibey are really so incredibly compelling that to not embrace Whidbey asap is to be left in the dust.

There are several software initiaves I was starting and had hopes of selling, but MS frankly handles them far better than I had endeavored to (e.g. objectspaces, two-way binding, web parts, master pages, master/detail controls)

So Whidbey support will be critical.

Wherever I work I hope they'll shell out more $$ on top of VS.NET, but it's hard to say, depends on their budget.

But for us independent workers, requiring VS.NET will be a killer - we'll end up with nothing.

Not if you can do your best to ensure that the plugin still works when added on to say Visual C# distribution of VS.NET, that's sweet. Their price point for this has been about $100, so I see how I could manage to spend about another $100 for the IntelliJ plugin if it's all I hope it will be.

Cheers!
- Dave

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When will the EAP for the VS plug-in open? I NEED the features now after switching from Java to C# some months ago. VS is not usable enough, and after getting used to IntelliJ I feel like I am using an IDE from the dino age.

Believe me, my whole company will embrace your new product if it is as good as IntelliJ.

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EAP of VS.NET plugin is planned for February 10.

--
Valentin Kipiatkov
Chief Scientist, Vice President of Product Development
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

"Pal Hoye" <no_mail@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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When will the EAP for the VS plug-in open? I NEED the features now after

switching from Java to C# some months ago. VS is not usable enough, and
after getting used to IntelliJ I feel like I am using an IDE from the dino
age.
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Believe me, my whole company will embrace your new product if it is as

good as IntelliJ.


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There are some troubles...

The features of Whibey are really so incredibly
compelling that to not embrace Whidbey asap is to be
left in the dust.


You're trolling, right? MS has not been the be all end all solution before and it won't become one in the future.

MS presence in the mobile market is still ridiculously small compared to other big players. And those other big players will want to keep that area M$ free at all costs. Server side is still more java land than .NET land. It's still more than two years to next MS platform, who knows what kind of killer features will IDEA (and Java) have by then? =)

BTW: have you looked at the tiobe index lately to see how nicely C# has been growing (-0.66% in last 12 months)?
http://www.tiobe.com/tpci.htm

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You know, Hezekiel, this is not a Java vs Microsoft nor even a Java vs C# thread.

When Goldstein said "The features of Whibey are so compelling..." he's not refering to Java, but to the current release of .NET framework (as opposed tothe Whibey release). Also look at the thread title.

So I think you're the one trolling here. Just leave seesharpers to themselves if you think C# is not worth your time.

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I think that:

to not embrace Whidbey asap is to be left in the dust.


is a bit premature statement, don't you think? The world will end for all those who don't embrace Whidbey now?

Sorry. It was not my intent to start a flamefest. Nor do I have anything against Jetbrains for developing .NET plugin. But the aforementioned statement about dust is so blatantly wrong that I just had to comment about it.

Now, ..must ..resist ..further comments.

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Thomas wrote:

Also it could be nice with:

- Matching braces highlighting (REALLY NEED THIS)
- Ctrl + mouse click (GoTo definition)
- Code formatter
- Easy generation of Property's
- Import Assistant
- Intelligent error highlighting
- Auto-insertion of closing brace
- Live Templates
- Find usage
- Parameter Info
- Surrounding of selected code fragment with try/catch


All of this is planned for release, and many things are already
implemented

Friendly,
Dmitry
--
Dmitry Lomov
Software Developer
JetBrains Inc.
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

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Hezekiel,
Well, I suppose sometimes my "flamebait indicator" is weak.

My comments regarding Whidbey are in relation to what Whidbay offers versus the current release.

So if you're already a .NET 1.1 advocate, then my statement stands, and the list of specific features upon which my opinion is based is right there... allowing people who have already educated themselves to make their own educated decisions.

Certainly no animosity or baiting going on here - I love Java too :)

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Sorry for sounding a bit stupid maybe, I just stumbled into this discussion, but what does this plugin mean? Is it a plugin for VS.NET that will give me lots of wonderful refactoring tools for C#? Or is it for J#? Or...?

I love refactoring and I love intellij and would die to get the same functionality when I'm coding C# in VS.NET.

Please explain what this plugin does :D

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It's a plugin that adds part of IDEA functionality to VS.NET and work with
C# language. Later we'll make a standalone IDE with much richer
functionality.

--
Valentin Kipiatkov
Chief Scientist, Vice President of Product Development
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

"Johan" <no_mail@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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Sorry for sounding a bit stupid maybe, I just stumbled into this

discussion, but what does this plugin mean? Is it a plugin for VS.NET that
will give me lots of wonderful refactoring tools for C#? Or is it for J#?
Or...?
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I love refactoring and I love intellij and would die to get the same

functionality when I'm coding C# in VS.NET.
>

Please explain what this plugin does :D



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Is it still planned for today?

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Is the plug-in EAP coming out today or is it delayed? Been counting the days......

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Is the plug-in EAP coming out today or is it delayed? Been counting the

days......

I think not today but likely to be out this week.

--
Valentin Kipiatkov
Chief Scientist, Vice President of Product Development
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

"Pal Hoye" <no_mail@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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Is the plug-in EAP coming out today or is it delayed? Been counting the

days......


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We actually had a paper w/ the number of days until the intelli.net (whatever) release hung up on the wall. Have to reset it now.

Can't wait, guys...

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This should probably be moved to it's own group. Will not be long till it
is generating a fair amount of traffic.

--
Norris Shelton
Sun Certified Java Programmer


"Valentin Kipiatkov (JetBrains)" <valentin@intellij.com> wrote in message
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Is the plug-in EAP coming out today or is it delayed? Been counting the

days......

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I think not today but likely to be out this week.

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--
Valentin Kipiatkov
Chief Scientist, Vice President of Product Development
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

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"Pal Hoye" <no_mail@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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Is the plug-in EAP coming out today or is it delayed? Been counting the

days......

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any news on when we're getting the first cut of this EAP? or where we go? there was a site up on http://jetbrains.com/resharper/space/ up before, but seems like y'all took it down...

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any news on when we're getting the first cut of this EAP? or where we go?


Tomorrow.

there was a site up on http://jetbrains.com/resharper/space/ up before,

but seems like y'all took it down...

Of course we closed it after some guys registered there and even tried to
edit it! We have no idea where they took the link... :)

--
Valentin Kipiatkov
Chief Scientist, Vice President of Product Development
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"


"Jeremy Stell-Smith" <jeremy@thoughtworks.com> wrote in message
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any news on when we're getting the first cut of this EAP? or where we go?

there was a site up on http://jetbrains.com/resharper/space/ up before, but
seems like y'all took it down...
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This is like Christmas. I can't wait....

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Today is tomorrow. Is it coming out today?

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Today is tomorrow. Is it coming out today?


No, today is today. Tomorrow is tomorrow.

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Today is tomorrow. Is it coming out today?


Yes.

--
Valentin Kipiatkov
Chief Scientist, Vice President of Product Development
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

"Pal Hoye" <no_mail@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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Today is tomorrow. Is it coming out today?



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Is it here yet? ;)

Just kidding!
-M

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the announced site reports errors, no more signups allowed...

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It's open now, as you might have noticed already. I've just downloaded it and will give it a go in a minute.

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Check out sharptools and the freeware components from Morrison Schwartz, they have a plugin that is extensible for the .net IDE and they have a component for creating your own plugins
http://www.ms-inc.net/Products.aspx

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