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Roger Hart

Introducing user account licensing

We’ve been talking about licensing system changes for a while, and over the next few weeks they start rolling out in the first batch of products. This means that when you update to the next versions of our products, you’ll be asked to log in with a Redgate ID: Logging in gives you access to... read more

Updates to our licensing system

We shipped some updates to our licensing system in the .NET profilers back in January, and we’re gradually rolling those changes out into our other products at the moment. There wasn’t much to see: UX polish, and a move from per-product to a centralized licensing service. Over the next couple of months, we’ll be gradually... read more

Some licensing improvements

The latest release of the .NET Profiling tools includes a few bug fixes and an update to our licensing system. We almost hope nobody will notice. Licensing our products has the same workflow it always has: free trial, enter a serial key to activate. Not much to see here except a visual facelift. Under... read more

Reflector 8.3 released

In Reflector 8.2, we introduced support for Visual Studio 2013, .NET 4.5.1, and some new code exploration features in the desktop tool. For version 8.3, we decided to address a long-standing feature request: putting the Analyzer into the Visual Studio add-in: In desktop version of Reflector, the Analyzer is a useful way of understanding... read more

A little support for open source projects

We’ve been thinking a bit about open source software lately at Red Gate. Supporting the Glimpse project has really helped keep it in our minds, especially with Nik and Anthony in the building, banging the OSS drum. A couple of weeks ago, at NDC Oslo, Nik presented a session on getting up and running... read more

Announcing .NET Reflector 8.2

This morning we’ve shipped another version of .NET Reflector. This release contains support for Visual Studio 2013 and .NET 4.5.1 (still currently in preview), and some of the new analysis features we’ve had in beta. Version 8.2 is a free upgrade, so anyone with a version 7 or version 8 license can just download... read more

New release: .NET Obfuscation Checker (free beta)

Last week, we worked on polishing up the .NET Obfuscation checker, and by the end of the week, the beta was ready to ship. We’ve posted it up on Red Gate’s “Labs” site – a place for experimental tools and small free widgets. You can download it for free from the Red Gate Labs.... read more