Does resharper work for code that references netmodules?

My project builds and runs fine. But resharper says it "cannot resolve symbol" for all my code that refers to a 3rd party netmodule.

Has anybody else run into this problem when using netmodules?

More specific details:

I am using Saxon 8 from sourceforge. I added a reference to saxon8api.dll to my project
saxon8api.dll has a netmodule saxon8api.netmodule. The unrecognized statements include

using Saxon.Api;
Processor p = new Processor();
etc

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Unfortunately, ReSharper cannot treat netmodules properly.
The main obstacle is that we use Microsoft unmanaged API to read metadata
from dll's, and this API has no methods to read export tables (tables which
contains types exported from netmodules)

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My project builds and runs fine. But resharper says it "cannot resolve
symbol" for all my code that refers to a 3rd party netmodule.

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Has anybody else run into this problem when using netmodules?

>

More specific details:

>

I am using Saxon 8 from sourceforge. I added a reference to saxon8api.dll
to my project
saxon8api.dll has a netmodule saxon8api.netmodule. The unrecognized
statements include

>

using Saxon.Api;
Processor p = new Processor();
etc



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That's a shame. What advice do you give in this case? We use a lot of netmodules. Just live with the "cannot resolve symbol"? Thanks.

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Hello joe,

how do you compile your solution in Visual Studio? I believe it doesn't support
them itself.


Dmitry Shaporenkov
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That's a shame. What advice do you give in this case? We use a lot
of netmodules. Just live with the "cannot resolve symbol"? Thanks.



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The best way I think is to merge modules into single solid DLL

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That's a shame. What advice do you give in this case? We use a lot of
netmodules. Just live with the "cannot resolve symbol"? Thanks.



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