Resharper losing Undo / Redo ???

Recently I been losing the "undo" and "redo" capability when using Visual Studio 2005 with resharper. This started around build 220.

When VS is started everything is fine for a while. However after some work (edit/resharper/compile/run) I hit CtrlZ and nothing happens. When I look at the edit menu undo and redo are disabled. If I type a word into the editor in this state and try to undo then again nothing happens. I have to exit VS and restart it to get undo/redo back.

Is resharper accessing the undo/redo stack at all? Microsoft tell me that an add-in opening the undo stack and failing to close it would cause the problem I am seeing.

I am afraid I can't tell you what specifically I do to get into this state. I realise it will be hard to investigate but can you tell me whether resharper manipulates the undo stack or not.

Many thanks

Mike

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Hello mike,

I've replied to you in the 'jetbrains.resharper.eap' newsgroup. Please note
that the community newsgroup
is only for discussing the officially released version of the product (i.e.
1.x).


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

Recently I been losing the "undo" and "redo" capability when using
Visual Studio 2005 with resharper. This started around build 220.

When VS is started everything is fine for a while. However after some
work (edit/resharper/compile/run) I hit CtrlZ and nothing happens.
When I look at the edit menu undo and redo are disabled. If I type a
word into the editor in this state and try to undo then again nothing
happens. I have to exit VS and restart it to get undo/redo back.

Is resharper accessing the undo/redo stack at all? Microsoft tell me
that an add-in opening the undo stack and failing to close it would
cause the problem I am seeing.

I am afraid I can't tell you what specifically I do to get into this
state. I realise it will be hard to investigate but can you tell me
whether resharper manipulates the undo stack or not.

Many thanks

Mike



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