Unhandled exceptions being caught in resharper code instead of at root

My company jsut bought resharper for our developmetn team, and I'm testing it in my environment. For the most part it's good, better than Visual Assist X what I was using before (on my own dime)

I'm getting some really ugly behaviour though, which make Resharper somewhat painful.

If I get and unhandled exception, instead of going to the root of my applicaion and
showing an unhandled exception, it's trying to open resharper sourcecode files that I obviously don't have...

I'm doing an nUnit test, the test throws an unhandled exception, the "find source" popup opens and asks me for one of various resharper source files, for this method..

JetBrains.ReSharper.TaskRunnerFramework.TaskExecutor.Invoke(object, System.Reflection.MethodInfo, object[])

I assume this is where you have the next highest Try/Catch.. but the effect is that I'm entirely unaware that I have an exception in my code, and instead I've spent hours trying to figure out improperly installed nUnit or Resharper issues, and have reinstalled them several times.

Can you please change it so that in this case an unhandled exception instead pops up an "unhandled exception" message similarly to how it woudl be done if i were not using resharper (otherwise, I will not be).

I have not encountered this, except when running nUnit tests, but nore have I tested to verify it's absense.

Thanks,

Cal-

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This sounds something like a problem I've had a few times.

Check the "Start Application" section in project properties for anything
that looks wrong (references to ReSharper etc..).

"caladin" <no_reply@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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My company jsut bought resharper for our developmetn team, and I'm testing
it in my environment. For the most part it's good, better than Visual
Assist X what I was using before (on my own dime)

>

I'm getting some really ugly behaviour though, which make Resharper
somewhat painful.

>

If I get and unhandled exception, instead of going to the root of my
applicaion and
showing an unhandled exception, it's trying to open resharper sourcecode
files that I obviously don't have...

>

I'm doing an nUnit test, the test throws an unhandled exception, the "find
source" popup opens and asks me for one of various resharper source files,
for this method..

>

JetBrains.ReSharper.TaskRunnerFramework.TaskExecutor.Invoke(object,
System.Reflection.MethodInfo, object[])

>

I assume this is where you have the next highest Try/Catch.. but the
effect is that I'm entirely unaware that I have an exception in my code,
and instead I've spent hours trying to figure out improperly installed
nUnit or Resharper issues, and have reinstalled them several times.

>

Can you please change it so that in this case an unhandled exception
instead pops up an "unhandled exception" message similarly to how it woudl
be done if i were not using resharper (otherwise, I will not be).

>

I have not encountered this, except when running nUnit tests, but nore
have I tested to verify it's absense.

>

Thanks,

>

Cal-



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assuming you mean

Project->properties->debug->StartAction
and Project->properties->debug->StartOptions

Tthey are both clear.

Thanks,

Eric-

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