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Entrian Attach 1.3.1: Supports Visual Studio 2015, plus Wildcards

Tuesday, July 14th, 2015 by Richie Hindle

I’m pleased to announce the release of Entrian Attach 1.3.1:

  • Now supports Visual Studio 2015.
  • You can now specify a wildcard pattern like C:\MyDir\*.exe (thanks, Jason).
  • Fixed a bug with attaching to processes in non-English versions of Visual Studio (thanks, Bruno).

You can download Entrian Attach 1.3.1 from the Download page.

Entrian Source Search 1.5.2 Beta: Now supports Visual Studio 2015

Saturday, July 4th, 2015 by Richie Hindle

Entrian Source Search now works with Visual Studio 2015 (as well as remaining compatible with all versions back to 2005).

This is a Beta release – it’s been tested by several people (thanks, everyone!) and proved stable, but until it’s had a wider audience, it’ll keep the Beta label.

You can download 1.5.2 Beta from the Source Search download page, and please let me know if you find any problems (or, even better, if you don’t!)

(Entrian Attach will also be gaining support for Visual Studio 2015 real soon now; certainly before the RTM release of VS2015 on July 20th.)

 

Entrian Attach 1.2.3: Fix for attaching the Visual Studio debugger to Java processes

Thursday, May 15th, 2014 by Richie Hindle

I’ve just released Entrian Attach 1.2.3, which fixes two bugs:

  • Entrian Attach would fail to attach your debugger to Java processes with enormously long command lines.  Thanks, Ivo and Steven.
  • Where you have more than one rule for the same executable, all rules are now consistently considered when that executable starts.  Previously, if one rule matched but another didn’t, the attach might not happen. Thanks, Jason.

The Entrian Attach download page is the place to go for the upgrade.

 

Entrian Source Search 1.4.21: Various bugs stomped

Thursday, May 15th, 2014 by Richie Hindle

I’m very pleased to announce the release of Entrian Source Search 1.4.21, which includes these bugfixes:

  • A file: filter no longer fails when you have the Case sensitive option checked.  Thanks, Martin.
  • Hitting Ctrl+= with the cursor at the beginning of a collapsed #region no longer tries to search for the entire text of the region (!)  Thanks, Robert.
  • The widths of the columns in the results list are now remembered between sessions.  Thanks, Fletcher.
  • Modal dialogs are now parented properly to Visual Studio when it isn’t in the foreground when the dialog appears.  Thanks, Ace.
  • When you use the Shift+Alt+F shortcut to start a file: search, the file: filter would occasionally be highlighted, so typing the filename would overwrite it (duh).  That’s now fixed.
  • Version 1.4.20 introduced a dependency on a CRT DLL that almost all development PCs already have, but 1.4.21 packages it for those that haven’t (which includes clean Windows 7 machines with Visual Studio 2010 installed).  Thanks, Laurent.
  • The keyboard shortcuts for toggling the various options from the Search box, like Alt+F to toggle Fuzzy Search, now use Shift+Alt rather than just Alt. If you’re in the habit of using Alt+F to show the File menu, and you happen to have your focus in the Search box at the time, you no longer accidentally kick off a potentially slow Fuzzy Search.  (In fact, the shortcut for Fuzzy Search is now Shift+Alt+Z because Shift+Alt+F starts a file: search.)  Thanks, Jason.

Entrian Source Search 1.4.21 is available from the Download page as a free upgrade for licensed users and as a 30-individual-day trial for everyone else.

 

Entrian Source Search 1.4.20: Memory leak fixed

Thursday, May 8th, 2014 by Richie Hindle

I’ve just released Entrian Source Search 1.4.20, which fixes a memory leak that could eventually lead to an OutOfMemoryException when indexing a large solution.

1.4.20 is a recommended upgrade for anyone using 1.4.18 or greater.  Please download it from the usual place.

 

Entrian Source Search 1.4.19: Bugfix

Tuesday, March 18th, 2014 by Richie Hindle
I’ve just released Entrian Source Search 1.4.19, which fixes an intermittent crash when indexing.

As always, there’s a 30-individual-day trial for new users, and the upgrade is free for existing users.

You can download this latest release from the Download page.

 

Source Search 1.4.18: A better citizen

Monday, March 10th, 2014 by Richie Hindle

I’m pleased to announce Entrian Source Search 1.4.18, which includes the following features and fixes:

  • Never gets in the way: Source Search now uses Opportunistic Locks to ensure that it can never cause file conflicts.  If it’s in the middle of indexing a file and another process tries to open that file, it will back off and try again later, guaranteeing the other process access to the file regardless of the sharing modes involved.  (Source Search has always opened files with maximum sharing, but this goes a step further.)
  • Syntax highlighting bugfix: When a #region line contained an apostrophe (#region Here's my lovely region) the syntax highlighting no longer gets confused.

1.4.18 is available from the Download page as a free upgrade for licensed users and as a 30-individual-day trial for everyone else.

 

Entrian Source Search 1.4.17: Save keystrokes, hide bogus errors

Thursday, February 13th, 2014 by Richie Hindle

I’m pleased to announce Entrian Source Search 1.4.17, which includes the following features and fixes:

  • Save keystrokes: When you search for files using a file: / dir: / ext: / age: filter with no other search terms and there’s only one match, it will be opened in the editor automatically.  That’s 100% less wear and tear on your Down and Enter keys!  Thanks, Chris.
  • Bugfix for very large files: Source files larger than 4MB are now always completely indexed.  Thanks, Kyle.
  • Bogus error removal: Sometimes the Visual Studio editor will raise a “Catastrophic failure” exception when showing a hit, even though the operation has worked perfectly.  Rather than diligently passing these errors on, Source Search now ignores them.  Thanks, Steve.

As always, the release is available from the Source Search Download page as a free upgrade for licensed users and as a 30-individual-day trial for everyone else.