Hi, I am currently trying to bring down SWA errors in our solution to zero, so that we will be able to fail TC7 build on > 0 error inspections and I ran into several problems. One of the main ones on our solution is broken path's and links for ascx controls:
In the solution we have a shared project that contains bunch of ASP.NET UserControls that are reused in several web projects in the same solution.
Sharing of those controls is implemented by copying over .ascx* files into specific folders of corresponding webprojects as a prebuild action.
At the same time, these .ascx* files are not included into web projects themselves to reduce compilation time (otherwise every time those controls copied over VS tries to recompile whole web project, even if it didnt change).
So, as a result resharper's SWA is complaining about some web.config control tag mappings: "Project file expected at ......".
It turned out that R# 6 had a new feature (I think it's new because it is described HTML section of R# help http://www.jetbrains.com/resharper/webhelp/ReSharper_by_Language__HTML.html) that allowes path remapping for project items. When I tried to use the feature to map web project folder to a folder located in user control library project I got error message stating that: "File or folder is outside the web application".
I am wondering now whether it is design limitation or implementation one, and whether it would be possible to remove it?
P.S. For now I mapped it as ignore path which resolved the issue, it feels wrong though.