Code cleanup on projects

When runnning code cleanup on complete projects, some of the files opened are not completely processed, for example the file header is not changed, but class members are rearranged, but redundant qualifiers are not removed, etc. I see no pattern in it that would point to a certain reason.

Any known bug?

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No, this bug is not known....
Please could you try to check any dependencies, i.e. what is special to that
files which are not completely updated?
Is this effect stable, i.e. could be reproduced on that exact file after VS
restart?

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When runnning code cleanup on complete projects, some of the files opened
are not completely processed, for example the file header is not changed,
but class members are rearranged, but redundant qualifiers are not
removed, etc. I see no pattern in it that would point to a certain reason.

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Any known bug?

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As far as I can see, its related to the source control. Am using VSS here, and when the file is initially checked in when running a code cleanup over a folder or an entire project, R# does open the file(s), check them out, but the changes are incomplete or there are no changes at all, yet the file is open and marked as changed.
I will keep an eye on contents, relations, dependencies, but so far I could not see anything in common.

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