my first question, so please excuse me if I'm missing something obvious (or not-so-). I did find this relevant link, though: <[http://support.jetbrains.com/kb/entry!default.jspa?categoryID=28&externalID=142&fromSearchPage=true|http://support.jetbrains.com/kb/entry!default.jspa?categoryID=28&externalID=142&fromSearchPage=true]>.
Our team of a dozen or so developers is considering using ReSharper instead of (or as well as) VisualAssistX. So far a couple of us have full licenses but we're seeing a couple of issues which would make it a bit of a pain to use.
There are two or three of the solution analysis errors which trigger lots of false positives because of the way our solution is set up, and I'm wondering if there's some way to completely disable analysis of just those options. I've looked under "ReSharper > Options > Code Inspection > Inspection Severity" but they don't appear there. I also don't seem to be given any option to disable the errors with comments, although I'd rather not do that anyway, as there are hundreds of occurrences of these all over our code.
We have a large solution (28 projects) with mixed C# and C++ projects. Some projects are referenced using DLL references instead of project references, for obscure reasons to do with how we package DLLs further down the line, and some have custom MSBuild steps which generate code at compile time.
The specific errors I'd like to be able to turn off are:
- "Argument type ... is not assignable to parameter type ..." (not sure if this is caused by the C#/C++ mix or the DLL-instead-of-project references, or something else)
- "Cannot resolve symbol ..." (caused by our on-the-fly code generation, and the output files not being in the project's files/items)
There could be cleverer ways to work around these, but I'd be happy if I could simply turn off these particular analyses altogether (which I'm assuming would be relatively easy).