Exception during C++ editing, JIRA broken.

I'm working on an entirely unmanaged C++ project at the moment, and R# (yesterday's nightly) has just thrown an exception. (I'd like to think it was safely tucked-up asleep while I was working on trad C++, not running around using memory and throwing exceptions, but anyway....)

To add insult to injury, when I try and report this bug, JB's logging server returns XML which contains control characters - this means the bug reporter can't process the response and gives me an error about 'invalid xml'.

Unmanaged C++ is bad enough to work on without Resharper throwing exceptions.

Resharper exceptions are bad enough without the reporting system being broken.

If anyone from JB wants to see the invalid not-quite-XML response from JIRA, please email me, as I've caught it in a file using Fiddler,

Will

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Will,

could you share with us that invalid XML from JIRA, please?


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I'm working on an entirely unmanaged C++ project at the moment, and R#
(yesterday's nightly) has just thrown an exception. (I'd like to think it
was safely tucked-up asleep while I was working on trad C++, not running
around using memory and throwing exceptions, but anyway....)

>

To add insult to injury, when I try and report this bug, JB's logging
server returns XML which contains control characters - this means the bug
reporter can't process the response and gives me an error about 'invalid
xml'.

>

Unmanaged C++ is bad enough to work on without Resharper throwing
exceptions.

>

Resharper exceptions are bad enough without the reporting system being
broken.

>

If anyone from JB wants to see the invalid not-quite-XML response from
JIRA, please email me, as I've caught it in a file using Fiddler,

>

Will



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It's attached. The problem is with control characters in it, so you'll need the right sort of editor to be able to see them. Firefox does give a sensible location for the first error though, if you try and load the XML file with it.



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