ReSharper Build 12309 Issues

I ran into some fairly serious issues with Build 12309 earlier today so I
had to uninstall it to get back to work. The basic issue is that when I
created a second aspx file, ReSharper's IntelliSense stopped working
entirely. I mean it acted as if I had disabled IntelliSense completely for
some reason. I reverted back to Visual Studio IntelliSense and that was
working fine. Suddenly ReSharper started hanging the cursor every time I
entered a style attribute in any HTML or ASP control tag and then it started
throwing a flurry of exceptions -- one right after the other. Unfortunately
I lost the exceptions when Visual Studio 2010 crashed so I couldn't submit
them to JIRA.

I then uninstalled ReSharper so I could get back to work and noticed that
the keyboard shortcuts hadn't reverted to Visual Studio. I reset the
keyboard shortcuts and everything seemed to be working fine except when I
enter a style attribute Visual Studio pops up a dialog with "The operation
could not be completed. Invalid pointer." This happens anytime I type
style=" or position the cursor anywhere in a style attribute. It took a
while but I finally tracked this one down to apparently a corrupted user
file. I deleted *.suo and *.user, restarted Visual Studio 2010, and the
error went away.

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Hello Greg,

Is this behavior reproducible or it still works fine after you've removed
.suo file and reinstalled ReSharper? Thank you!

Andrey Serebryansky
Senior Support Engineer
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

I ran into some fairly serious issues with Build 12309 earlier today
so I had to uninstall it to get back to work. The basic issue is that
when I created a second aspx file, ReSharper's IntelliSense stopped
working entirely. I mean it acted as if I had disabled IntelliSense
completely for some reason. I reverted back to Visual Studio
IntelliSense and that was working fine. Suddenly ReSharper started
hanging the cursor every time I entered a style attribute in any HTML
or ASP control tag and then it started throwing a flurry of exceptions
-- one right after the other. Unfortunately I lost the exceptions when
Visual Studio 2010 crashed so I couldn't submit them to JIRA.

I then uninstalled ReSharper so I could get back to work and noticed
that the keyboard shortcuts hadn't reverted to Visual Studio. I reset
the keyboard shortcuts and everything seemed to be working fine except
when I enter a style attribute Visual Studio pops up a dialog with
"The operation could not be completed. Invalid pointer." This happens
anytime I type style=" or position the cursor anywhere in a style
attribute. It took a while but I finally tracked this one down to
apparently a corrupted user file. I deleted *.suo and *.user,
restarted Visual Studio 2010, and the error went away.




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I don't know yet. I'm waiting for the next EAP release to find out.

"Andrew Serebryansky"  wrote in message
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Hello Greg,

Is this behavior reproducible or it still works fine after you've removed
.suo file and reinstalled ReSharper? Thank you!

Andrey Serebryansky
Senior Support Engineer
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

I ran into some fairly serious issues with Build 12309 earlier today
so I had to uninstall it to get back to work. The basic issue is that
when I created a second aspx file, ReSharper's IntelliSense stopped
working entirely. I mean it acted as if I had disabled IntelliSense
completely for some reason. I reverted back to Visual Studio
IntelliSense and that was working fine. Suddenly ReSharper started
hanging the cursor every time I entered a style attribute in any HTML
or ASP control tag and then it started throwing a flurry of exceptions
-- one right after the other. Unfortunately I lost the exceptions when
Visual Studio 2010 crashed so I couldn't submit them to JIRA.

>

I then uninstalled ReSharper so I could get back to work and noticed
that the keyboard shortcuts hadn't reverted to Visual Studio. I reset
the keyboard shortcuts and everything seemed to be working fine except
when I enter a style attribute Visual Studio pops up a dialog with
"The operation could not be completed. Invalid pointer." This happens
anytime I type style=" or position the cursor anywhere in a style
attribute. It took a while but I finally tracked this one down to
apparently a corrupted user file. I deleted *.suo and *.user,
restarted Visual Studio 2010, and the error went away.

>


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First I deleted all ReSharper cache folders and any extraneous .user, .suo,
and ReSharper files then installed ReSharper build 2. I opened the same
solution I was having problems with earlier and attempted to rename a
property in a public method. ReSharper renamed the parameter correctly, but
then threw 45 instances of the
"JetBrains.ReSharper.Psi.CSharp.Impl.DeclaredElement.CSharpMethod is not
valid. Asking declaration of invalid declared element" exception. I then
tried to rename a parameter in a second method (without saving all the
changed files), but ReSharper immediately throws the exception after
clicking OK in the rename dialog and doesn't do the rename. It doesn't even
evaluate derived renames. I reported the exceptions in these two tickets:

http://youtrack.jetbrains.net/issue/RSRP-280352
http://youtrack.jetbrains.net/issue/RSRP-280353

If I save all changed files and then rename the parameter, ReSharper
evaluates derived renames, prompts me to rename related symbols, and
actually performs the renames... but I now have 162 instances of the same
exception in the exception browser reported in this ticket:

http://youtrack.jetbrains.net/issue/RSRP-280355

I hope this helps track down the issue.

"Andrew Serebryansky"  wrote in message
news:c8a898dd1c1448ce6e84d8823025@news.intellij.net...

Hello Greg,

Is this behavior reproducible or it still works fine after you've removed
.suo file and reinstalled ReSharper? Thank you!

Andrey Serebryansky
Senior Support Engineer
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

I ran into some fairly serious issues with Build 12309 earlier today
so I had to uninstall it to get back to work. The basic issue is that
when I created a second aspx file, ReSharper's IntelliSense stopped
working entirely. I mean it acted as if I had disabled IntelliSense
completely for some reason. I reverted back to Visual Studio
IntelliSense and that was working fine. Suddenly ReSharper started
hanging the cursor every time I entered a style attribute in any HTML
or ASP control tag and then it started throwing a flurry of exceptions
-- one right after the other. Unfortunately I lost the exceptions when
Visual Studio 2010 crashed so I couldn't submit them to JIRA.

>

I then uninstalled ReSharper so I could get back to work and noticed
that the keyboard shortcuts hadn't reverted to Visual Studio. I reset
the keyboard shortcuts and everything seemed to be working fine except
when I enter a style attribute Visual Studio pops up a dialog with
"The operation could not be completed. Invalid pointer." This happens
anytime I type style=" or position the cursor anywhere in a style
attribute. It took a while but I finally tracked this one down to
apparently a corrupted user file. I deleted *.suo and *.user,
restarted Visual Studio 2010, and the error went away.

>


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