Compact Framework projects

I am considering purchasing Resharper but there is one major issue I'm having and that is it seems Resharper does not work properly when mixing CF and Full Framework projects in the same solution. Many errors show up with code such as:

command.CommandType = CommandType.Text;
(cannot convert source type System.Data.CommandType to System.Data.CommandType)

or

IList list = new List]]>();
list.Add(new Address());
(Argument type Address is not assignable to parameter type T)

I found an old thread with what seems like the same issue saying it would be fixed in 2.0. http://www.intellij.net/forums/thread.jspa?messageID=3553447

Most CF projects will reside in a solution that also has full framework projects whether its an installation project, unit tests, etc. Is there an open bug report for this already or a timeframe for a fix? Also, is there any workaround? It would be great if just these errors could be supressed somehow.

Just want to make sure this isn't on the backburner. I'm sure others are running into this as well. Resharper looks excellent otherwise but will be difficult to use on CF projects.

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"GC" <no_reply@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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Just want to make sure this isn't on the backburner. I'm sure others are
running into this as well. Resharper looks excellent otherwise but will be
difficult to use on CF projects.


Would a workaround (for now) simply be to use two separate solutions?

///ark


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Unfortunately, Compact Framework projects are not suported by ReSharper 3.0
We'll fix this problem only in the next major release, 4.0

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Eugene Pasynkov
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JetBrains, Inc
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"GC" <no_reply@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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>I am considering purchasing Resharper but there is one major issue I'm
>having and that is it seems Resharper does not work properly when mixing CF
>and Full Framework projects in the same solution. Many errors show up with
>code such as:
>

command.CommandType = CommandType.Text;
(+cannot convert source type System.Data.CommandType to
System.Data.CommandType+)

>

or

>

IList<IAddress> list = new List<IAddress>();
list.Add(new Address());
(Argument type Address is not assignable to parameter type T)

>

I found an old thread with what seems like the same issue saying it would
be fixed in 2.0.
http://www.intellij.net/forums/thread.jspa?messageID=3553447

>

Most CF projects will reside in a solution that also has full framework
projects whether its an installation project, unit tests, etc. Is there a
timeframe as to when this is going to be addressed? Is there an open bug
report for this somewhere?

>

Just want to make sure this isn't on the backburner. I'm sure others are
running into this as well. Resharper looks excellent otherwise but will be
difficult to use on CF projects.



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"Eugene Pasynkov (JetBrains)" <Eugene.Pasynkov@jetbrains.com> wrote in
message news:f7q54d$fgb$1@is.intellij.net...

Unfortunately, Compact Framework projects are not suported by ReSharper
3.0
We'll fix this problem only in the next major release, 4.0


Just to be clear, R# works fine with CF projects (at least, the one I'm
working on). Apparently, the problem is when there's a non-CF project in the
same solution (like an installer).

///ark


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Ok, I'll be looking forward to 4.0 then.

Yeah, the solution can't be split since it contains unit tests and some of my full framework projects rely on CF projects. I can deal with the false readings for now, the rest of resharper is great.

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