Find all Usages intermittently fails on build 925!

Actually, to be clear, I've been seeing this problems from about build 917 or so.

Essentially, intermittently, Find all Usages -- even on a usage of a method -- will display the No Usages Found! error. Restarting Visual Studio generally fixes it again... until it breaks later. Needless to say, this is really annoying, and will diminish my enthusiasm for the 4.0.1 release considerably...

Anyone else seeing this? More importantly, any idea what assistance I could provide to help narrow down the problem? (For instance, are there any relevant logs that I could forward?)

Donovan

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Hello Donovan,

I encountered an issue that might be related. I renamed a public method
on a class (using ReSharper's rename refactoring), and then found that my
one usage of that method had not been updated. Don't know if that is related
or not, but it sounds like it might be. There definitely appears to be something
going on where ReSharper is losing track of some usages. I'm currently using
build 925 on VS2005.

~Andy

Actually, to be clear, I've been seeing this problems from about build
917 or so.

Essentially, intermittently, Find all Usages -- even on a usage of a
method -- will display the No Usages Found! error. Restarting Visual
Studio generally fixes it again... until it breaks later. Needless to
say, this is really annoying, and will diminish my enthusiasm for the
4.0.1 release considerably...

Anyone else seeing this? More importantly, any idea what assistance I
could provide to help narrow down the problem? (For instance, are
there any relevant logs that I could forward?)

Donovan



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I'm using build 4.1.933.3 on Visual Studio 2008 with SP1 and I'm seeing the issue as well. It almost appears as though the usages search after a while is only occurring on open documents instead of searching the entire solution.

I also see that the find window comes up and it is searching through all files, but then comes back with none found.

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