Weird ReSharper errors...

Hey Everyone,

I have no idea what could be causing this and I don't know if it's ReSharper or VS, but a lot of the error checking functionalities are broken. It was tolerable at first now it's just driving me crazy. See the screenshot for an example. Is this ReSharper or VS? Either way how do I fix it? I'm running ReSharper 3.0.1 on Vista Enterprise with VS 2005 SP1.

Thanks,
Matt

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This is definitely a ReSharper message
Please could you try to reproduce this problem on a small solution, and send
it to me for analysis?


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Eugene Pasynkov
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"Matt Baker" <matt@dnserie.net> wrote in message
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Hey Everyone,

>

I have no idea what could be causing this and I don't know if it's
ReSharper or VS, but a lot of the error checking functionalities are
broken. It was tolerable at first now it's just driving me crazy. See
the screenshot for an example. Is this ReSharper or VS, and either way
how do I fix it! I'm running ReSharper 3.0.1 on Vista Enterprise with VS
2005 SP1.

>

Thanks,
Matt



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Sure, I'll make one now.

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Well I can't seem to recreate the error. I've done everything architecture-wise the same as in the solution which is jacked up and none of these errors show up. I'm using the .Net CF, but it doesn't seem to make a difference. What could cause this to happen?

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I stripped down my solution to include one of the files that was giving me trouble. Hopefully that one file w/ the errors can help you solve the problem. Do you have an e-mail address I can send this to you at? My company's firewall won't let me post it to here.

Thanks,
Matt

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Hello Matt,

Eugene is currently on vacation, you can send it to me: orangy@jetbrains.com

Sincerely,
Ilya Ryzhenkov

JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"


MB> I stripped down my solution to include one of the files that was
MB> giving me trouble. Hopefully that one file w/ the errors can help
MB> you solve the problem. Do you have an e-mail address I can send
MB> this to you at? My company's firewall won't let me post it to here.
MB>
MB> Thanks,
MB> Matt


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That's the point!
Currently, ReSharper works incorrectly with CompactFramework projects :(
This will be fixed not earlier than ReSharper 4.0

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Eugene Pasynkov
Developer
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"
"Matt Baker" <matt@dnserie.net> wrote in message
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Well I can't seem to recreate the error. I've done everything
architecture-wise the same as in the solution which is jacked up and none
of these errors show up. I'm using the .Net CF, but it doesn't seem to
make a difference. What could cause this to happen?



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I'll have to e-mail it to you tomorrow. You caught me after I got home!

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project sent. let me know what you find.

Thanks,
Matt

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"Eugene Pasynkov (JetBrains)" <Eugene.Pasynkov@jetbrains.com> wrote in
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Currently, ReSharper works incorrectly with CompactFramework projects :(
This will be fixed not earlier than ReSharper 4.0


Could you be more specific, Eugene? It's hard to imagine that the tool would
depend on the specfic version of the target library.

///ark


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Hello Mark,

you're right, ReSharper does't depend on the specific versions of framework
libraries. However, it (incorrectly) assumes that there is only one version
of MSCorlib assembly referenced in the solution - e.g., there is only one
instance of, say, System.Int32 type. So when there are really two different
MSCorlibs (like in case when the solution uses both Standard and Compact
framework) projects, ReSharper gets confused and displays those weird errors.
This has always been a problem in ReSharper, since version 1.0. The reason
it has not been fixed yet is that not so many users seem to be
working with such 'mixed' solutions. As far as I know, in version 4.0 we're
finally going to fix this issue.


Dmitry Shaporenkov
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
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"Eugene Pasynkov (JetBrains)" <Eugene.Pasynkov@jetbrains.com> wrote in
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>> Currently, ReSharper works incorrectly with CompactFramework projects
>> :( This will be fixed not earlier than ReSharper 4.0
>>

Could you be more specific, Eugene? It's hard to imagine that the tool
would depend on the specfic version of the target library.

///ark



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"Dmitry Shaporenkov" <dsha@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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So when there are really two different MSCorlibs (like in case when the
solution uses both Standard and Compact framework) projects, ReSharper
gets confused and displays those weird errors.


I guess that would happen if you have a Pocket PC project and an
installation project in the same solution.

///ark


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I am using Compact Framework projects in my solution and see these errors as well. Resharper 4.0 seems like a long way out. What is the best workaround until this is fixed?

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