Cannot Modify ReadOnly Document Exception with SCC - Fixed Before RTM?

I noticed on the download page that you are releasing R# as a RC now. Are there plans to fix the numerous readonly document exceptions that still occur with source code control before RTM?

The only way I can use R# consistently is to check out all of my solution files before I do work. This is obviously not optimal but something I have chosen to live with as R# was an EAP product and that's the price you pay to play with early technology. As a release product though, I would expect these problems to be fixed. Since I've used the EAP builds (starting in the low 200's), these exceptions have been my #1 pain.

I tried searching the tracker for specific exceptions but couldn't find any due to the Tracker timing out when I was doing searches (must be getting some heavy use right now).

If it helps, I have noticed that I get these exceptions mostly when doing class renames and files that are checked in need to be edited.

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Hello Mike,

What build do you use? The exception is fixed in builds 246+.

I noticed on the download page that you are releasing R# as a RC now.
Are there plans to fix the numerous readonly document exceptions that
still occur with source code control before RTM?

The only way I can use R# consistently is to check out all of my
solution files before I do work. This is obviously not optimal but
something I have chosen to live with as R# was an EAP product and
that's the price you pay to play with early technology. As a release
product though, I would expect these problems to be fixed. Since I've
used the EAP builds (starting in the low 200's), these exceptions have
been my #1 pain.

I tried searching the tracker for specific exceptions but couldn't
find any due to the Tracker timing out when I was doing searches (must
be getting some heavy use right now).

If it helps, I have noticed that I get these exceptions mostly when
doing class renames and files that are checked in need to be edited.

Thanks,
Andrey Simanovsky


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I'm on 245; however, I noticed when the posted the exception; R# came back and said the exception was updated, not fixed.

Sorry, I don't know the exception number other than it was 19xxx something. Is there a log file on my PC I can look at to get you the number?

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Found it. It's #19431 in Tracker. I will download 247 and see if I continue to get it.

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