How to re-enable standard C# errors in error list after uninstall?

I've noticed that ReSharper disables the standard VS2010 C# language service's error reporting to the error list.  I have to do a full build in order to get C# to provide errors that ReSharper doesn't report. When I uninstall ReSharper, C# remains in its disabled/broken state.  How can I re-enable it so that I get language service-generated errors in the error list?

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Hello Andrew,

Please open Tools | Options | Text Editor | C# | Advanced and turn on 'Underline
errors in the editor' option. Let me know if this helps. Thank you!

Andrey Serebryansky
Senior Support Engineer
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

I've noticed that ReSharper disables the standard VS2010 C# language
service's error reporting to the error list.  I have to do a full
build in order to get C# to provide errors that ReSharper doesn't
report. When I uninstall ReSharper, C# remains in its disabled/broken
state.  How can I re-enable it so that I get language
service-generated errors in the error list?

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Thanks.  That helps, but it doesn't restore it to full functionality.  For instance, when I type an invalid method or member name, C# is supposed to immediately underline it and show the error in the Error List.  Even after checking this box as you say, that doesn't work.  It does underline syntax errors (missing curly braces and the like) but it doesn't recognize errors like invalid method names.

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Ah, I also need to check the "Show live semantic errors" checkbox.  Thanks for helping me find the right property page.

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Hello,

There aren't too many C# errors R# cannot report (unless there is some compile-time
code generation involved, which is unsupportable in general, but R# knows
a few common cases like WPF, ASPX and a few more). What are these errors
in your case?


Serge Baltic
JetBrains, Inc — http://www.jetbrains.com
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