Bug(?): minor changes to file changes project and solution files.

Hi!

It seems whenever I make a minor change to a C# file (like fix a misspelling
in a string), the project file and the solution file are now being marked as
changed. When I close the solution, I am being prompted to save the C# file
I changed, plus the solution and project files which I didn't think I
changed.

Is ReSharper adding information to the sln and csproj files? Or, are the
"changes" being reported back to me by VS.NET not to the sln and csproj
files, but to ReSharper only files and the file names being displayed are
incorrect?

If you have any questions, please let me know.

thanks,
randy


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Hi Randy,

ReSharper does not work directly with solution and project files and
does not add any information to these files. I've checked this and found
that if I make some changes to a C# file, VS.NET always prompt me to
save this source file, the corresponding project file and the solution file.
This
behavior is observed even when ReSharper is disabled.

Thanks.

"Randy Bratton" <nospam@nospam.com> wrote in message
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Hi!

>

It seems whenever I make a minor change to a C# file (like fix a

misspelling

in a string), the project file and the solution file are now being marked

as

changed. When I close the solution, I am being prompted to save the C#

file

I changed, plus the solution and project files which I didn't think I
changed.

>

Is ReSharper adding information to the sln and csproj files? Or, are the
"changes" being reported back to me by VS.NET not to the sln and csproj
files, but to ReSharper only files and the file names being displayed are
incorrect?

>

If you have any questions, please let me know.

>

thanks,
randy

>
>


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Hi Dmitry,

Yes, you are correct. If I make changes to a C# file, save that file
individually, and then close the solution, VS.NET doesn't prompt about
changes to the project or solution file. But if you haven't saved the file,
it will, even with ReSharper uninstalled.

I hadn't noticed that particular VS.NET behavior before.

thanks,
randy


"Dmitry Shaporenkov(JetBrains)" <dsha@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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Hi Randy,

>

ReSharper does not work directly with solution and project files and
does not add any information to these files. I've checked this and found
that if I make some changes to a C# file, VS.NET always prompt me to
save this source file, the corresponding project file and the solution

file.

This
behavior is observed even when ReSharper is disabled.

>

Thanks.

>


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