Support for the Upcoming .NET SDK 7

The latest Rider 2022.3 EAP builds support .NET 7 SDK. Please download them from https://www.jetbrains.com/rider/nextversion/

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Srsly? Like, SERIOUSLY??? .Net 7 is in 2nd RC - not preview, about a month before official release (in fact, if we were to consider previous release dates - Nov 10 for #5 and Nov 8 for #6, likely less than a month, probably on the .Net conference Nov 8-10). RC means "supported for production workloads." What does "closer to release" mean, exactly? These are exactly the reasons why I'm considering not renewing my jetbrains subscription this year.

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Pavel better take a look at a new UI and black-screen Rider freezes after a while ;)

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Well - I'm not sure what's happening in Jetbrains lately, but the .Net ecosystem just seems to slip into 2nd class citizen category. In Rider, Remote/Container took super-forewer to become available and is buggy as f/k, no code with me support, Resharper seems to be slower with every release, despite computers being faster... and less than a month before major release, the only support message on it is that Jetbrains will start looking into it closer to the release. That's like the poster child of WTFs.

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Source generators don't work when using NET 7 RC2 MSBuild.

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"(right now .NET 7 itself has many issues to fix)". I see 15 open and 5.4k+ closed. Please update the post so at least it makes more sense. People are watching it. Good communication is the least I would expect for being an Ultimate subscriber.

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Leandro funny - just compare it to current Rider status :-D https://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issues/RIDER?q=Type:%20Bug 

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What is the correct channel to raise a concern for the current lack of progress from your side on .net 7 support?

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Just started a new project and wanted to use .NET 7 as it's in RC and Microsoft supports it for production, but because of Rider not supporting it, I'm forced to use Visual Studio.... :(

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Anyone else finds the lack of reaction from Jetbrain's side to be mildly irritating?

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Gotta love when people like your product so much they get a bit angry at the prospect of not being able to use it.   I'm using .NET 7 in Rider EAP 6.  Also, the new UI ( which you have to turn on ) is really good! Good job guys

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Is EAP7 considered to be last EAP? I.e, are you sync with .NET7 SDK official release date? Or any estimates to final release?

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.NET 7 released today, hope it would be supported soon

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.NET 7 was released today, hope Rider will be supported soon
https://devblogs.microsoft.com/dotnet/announcing-dotnet-7/

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I don't understand the problem. I just migrated our projects from dotnet 6 to dotnet 7 (#dropthedot) and everything works fine in Rider Release 2022.2.4. Stuff like the `required` modifier are recognized. Sure I'd like Rider to autofix the possible null value warnings with the `required` modifier instead of ` = null!` insert, is that's what this issue is about?

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Give them a break. JetBrains is a great company and Rider is the best IDE.
We don't know what is involved in supporting .NET 7 in such a complex code base, and JetBrains has an EAP with support.
Stop being so entitled and rude. This isn't worth an emotional outburst.

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Ben van der Stouwe this post keeps changing, it said quite different things before, such as Rider doesn't support .NET 7 and they weren't going to support it until things settle (this is while it was RC and "Go Live" ).   Then we started getting builds that hard partial support.   However, some people are a little dramatic, and mostly Jetbrains has been pretty quick with support in the past, so not sure why people were worried.

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I downloaded yesterday, but it simply didn't work. It opens the 1st screen to select the projects, I choose one and then it just closes Rider and comes back to the 1st screen... For now, I will have to stick with VS which last update is fully supporting .NET 7

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When can we expect an update?

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Can't wait. Keep up the good work :)

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Im experiencing same issue with EAP7 same as André Miranda

 

I downloaded yesterday, but it simply didn't work. It opens the 1st screen to select the projects, I choose one and then it just closes Rider and comes back to the 1st screen... For now, I will have to stick with VS which last update is fully supporting .NET 7

 

Reported as https://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/DEXP-695243/Assertion-failed

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Love Rider but I have a project I need to collaborate on tomorrow so I really need this. Can't use Visual Studio on Linux. Do you have an expected shipping date for 7 support?

Thanks.

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Quite a few peeps here should chillax. Rider 2022.3 EAP 8 has a wonderful support for .Net 7 and the new UI is fast and pleasant to work with. Nice job, JetBrains. Keep up the good work.

 

Running on macOS. 

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Good to hear it @Dydek but all I get when I open a dotnet  7 project in Rider 2022.2.4 on Linux MInt 21.0 is the following:-

I guess the sooner 2022.3 EAP 8 makes it into production the better ;)
Do you know when that will be, by any chance?

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I also have the same issue reported by Craig

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Andre / Craid, it's not really an issue, just a warning, just develop, I haven't found any issues really

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I downloaded the last version of the ReSharper CLI, tried to run it but I'm getting the error that .net 7.0 is not supported. Any idea when will be available a CLI version for .net 7.0? This is the message:

The current .NET SDK does not support targeting .NET 7.0 

 Thanks!

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Can you please provide a timeline of when new tech will be fully supported. MAUI and Blazor etc.

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Started to get worried after seeing that message "

The current .NET SDK does not support targeting .NET 7.0 

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I went all JetBrains in my dev environment recently and we do mainly .Net Core development.

I hope it's not true that .Net is a second rate citizen here at Jetrbrain

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Salvador C Repasa Just note that was for resharper rather than Rider.   Not sure what is happening in the resharper world, left that a long time ago :)

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