I've been using Resharper for something approaching a year now. Quite honestly, can't live without it. But since having to nuke my machine and start over, there's been an outstanding niggle that's been irritating me.
Before, if I provided the name for a method that didn't exist on a class, resharper would jump into action, pop up it's little light bulb and suggest it creates the method on my behalf. An Alt-Enter, Enter later and I had my method. Considering I'm using a repository pattern, with a service, interface and repository implementations in play, this meant generating all the necessary methods took the better part of three seconds. Now it's taking me a couple of minutes each time since this mechanism became broken.
Rather than a lightbulb, a small puple underline line appears to have taken its place. If I hover over the purple line, Visual Studio's smart tag appears, pressing Alt-Enter gets me nowhere.
I have no idea why. Code suggestion for the everything else appears fine. But generating methods on classes, interfaces and deploying back down the chain appears to have completely borked. I would really like my little light-bulb back. Please?
One desperate developer.