I'm sure I posted about this before and got some sort of answer, but
searching, I can't find it, and so I'm going to bring it up again to see if
anyone has any advice, or if this is something future versions of ReSharper
(5.x) can support better.
I'm new to MSBuild, so I'm struggling to wrap my head around it all. Add to
that our rather complicated build system (we have a full CI Build cascade of
Commit Builds, Component Builds, Deployment Builds, and Release Builds), and
I'd really like ReSharper to help me navigate around the files and such.
The problem is, I can't figure out a way to get ReSharper to recognize
anything. I can put a bunch of files together in a solution as solution
items, along with our project that implements our custom build steps, and
ReSharper just seems to throw up its hands and mark everything in the
.targets files as undefined.
There are numerous errors of pre-defined things being undefined (like
"$(BinariesRoot)"), but even when we declare an identifier in an ItemGroup,
say, it is flagged as an error... "The element "ItemGroup" has an invalid
How do I get ReSharper to recognize the TFSBuild.proj file and the related
blahblah.targets files are related, and get it to resolve the references
properly? How do I get it to recognize our custom build steps so I can
easily navigate to their implementation from their references?
Any advice? Any plans for better MSBuild support in future versions?