DynamicProxy

Hi,

I am using build 413 of Resharper 3.0.
When I load the DynamicProxy project
(subversion uri http://svn.castleproject.org:8080/svn/castle/trunk/Tools/Castle.DynamicProxy2)
into Visual Studio, Resharper loads it too, and shows some global errors
for the project.
In the error window, some 27 errors are shown (one depends on the other,
of course).
Basically Resharper seems not to find the generic class Dictionary, but suggests

to add a using clause.

The project builds fine though.

Could you please look into this ? I assume it is a bug ?

Thanks, Dirk


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Thank you for the report. This issue will be checked/fixed shortly


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"Dirk MAEGH" <Dirk.Maegh@pandora.be> wrote in message
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Hi,

>

I am using build 413 of Resharper 3.0.
When I load the DynamicProxy project (subversion uri
http://svn.castleproject.org:8080/svn/castle/trunk/Tools/Castle.DynamicProxy2)
into Visual Studio, Resharper loads it too, and shows some global errors
for the project.
In the error window, some 27 errors are shown (one depends on the other,
of course).
Basically Resharper seems not to find the generic class Dictionary, but
suggests
to add a using clause.

>

The project builds fine though.

>

Could you please look into this ? I assume it is a bug ?

>

Thanks, Dirk

>



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To check this issue, I need Castle.Core project
Where can I get it?

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"Dirk MAEGH" <Dirk.Maegh@pandora.be> wrote in message
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Hi,

>

I am using build 413 of Resharper 3.0.
When I load the DynamicProxy project (subversion uri
http://svn.castleproject.org:8080/svn/castle/trunk/Tools/Castle.DynamicProxy2)
into Visual Studio, Resharper loads it too, and shows some global errors
for the project.
In the error window, some 27 errors are shown (one depends on the other,
of course).
Basically Resharper seems not to find the generic class Dictionary, but
suggests
to add a using clause.

>

The project builds fine though.

>

Could you please look into this ? I assume it is a bug ?

>

Thanks, Dirk

>



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From here: http://www.castleproject.org/index.html. Some pretty cool stuff
going on in there too!


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I've investigated your project. There are 2 kind of problems there:

1) ReSharper doesn't understand the conditional compilation symbols in
project settings separated by whitespace. This will be fixed.
2) There are ~15 compilation errors, which are actual errors. For example,
interface 'IInvocation' hasn't property 'Proxy', and so on

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"Sean Kearon" <no@spam.org> wrote in message
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From here: http://www.castleproject.org/index.html. Some pretty cool
stuff going on in there too!

>



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Thx for your investigation !

It is always fine to be able to work with a great team ;))

Dirk

I've investigated your project. There are 2 kind of problems there:

1) ReSharper doesn't understand the conditional compilation symbols in
project settings separated by whitespace. This will be fixed.
2) There are ~15 compilation errors, which are actual errors. For
example,
interface 'IInvocation' hasn't property 'Proxy', and so on



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I think I had read your mail too quick ;)

2) There are ~15 compilation errors, which are actual errors. ]]>

The project builds fine. Just for my understanding : Why exactly would there
be any actual errors if VS doesn't see them ?
Or can I make VS see them ? Or do you, in this context, define errors more
widely ?

Thx for your thoughts !

Dirk

I've investigated your project. There are 2 kind of problems there:

1) ReSharper doesn't understand the conditional compilation symbols in
project settings separated by whitespace. This will be fixed.
2) There are ~15 compilation errors, which are actual errors. For
example,
interface 'IInvocation' hasn't property 'Proxy', and so on



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Another project that builds fine, is Keepass.
You'll find it at
http://kent.dl.sourceforge.net/sourceforge/keepass/KeePass-2.02-Alpha-Source.zip

If one unloads the plugin files, the project also builds without errors.
Resharper lists a bunch of errors ?!

Dirk

Hi,

I am using build 413 of Resharper 3.0.
When I load the DynamicProxy project
(subversion uri
http://svn.castleproject.org:8080/svn/castle/trunk/Tools/Castle.Dynami
cProxy2)
into Visual Studio, Resharper loads it too, and shows some global
errors
for the project.
In the error window, some 27 errors are shown (one depends on the
other,
of course).
Basically Resharper seems not to find the generic class Dictionary,
but suggests
to add a using clause.

The project builds fine though.

Could you please look into this ? I assume it is a bug ?

Thanks, Dirk



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Anybody reading this ?

I think I had read your mail too quick ;)

<quote> 2) There are ~15 compilation errors, which are actual errors.
</quote>

The project builds fine. Just for my understanding : Why exactly
would there
be any actual errors if VS doesn't see them ?
Or can I make VS see them ? Or do you, in this context, define errors
more
widely ?
Thx for your thoughts !

Dirk

>> I've investigated your project. There are 2 kind of problems there:
>>
>> 1) ReSharper doesn't understand the conditional compilation symbols
>> in
>> project settings separated by whitespace. This will be fixed.
>> 2) There are ~15 compilation errors, which are actual errors. For
>> example,
>> interface 'IInvocation' hasn't property 'Proxy', and so on


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Could you please look into this ? It would be a fine testcase, wouldn't it ?


Thx for your thoughts !

Another project that builds fine, is Keepass.
You'll find it at
http://kent.dl.sourceforge.net/sourceforge/keepass/KeePass-2.02-Alpha-
Source.zip
If one unloads the plugin files, the project also builds without
errors. Resharper lists a bunch of errors ?

Dirk

>> Hi,
>>
>> I am using build 413 of Resharper 3.0.
>> When I load the DynamicProxy project
>> (subversion uri
>> http://svn.castleproject.org:8080/svn/castle/trunk/Tools/Castle.Dynam
>> i
>> cProxy2)
>> into Visual Studio, Resharper loads it too, and shows some global
>> errors
>> for the project.
>> In the error window, some 27 errors are shown (one depends on the
>> other,
>> of course).
>> Basically Resharper seems not to find the generic class Dictionary,
>> but suggests
>> to add a using clause.
>> The project builds fine though.
>>
>> Could you please look into this ? I assume it is a bug ?
>>
>> Thanks, Dirk
>>


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Yes, I am.
Last time I've tries that project I've got a lot of compilation errors.
Please could you send me the complete solution, ehich compiles fine, but
ReSharper violates errors.
My e-mail is
Eugene.Pasynkov (at) jetbrains.com

Thank you in advance

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"Dirk MAEGH" <Dirk.Maegh@pandora.be> wrote in message
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Anybody reading this ?

>
>> I think I had read your mail too quick ;)
>>
>> 2) There are ~15 compilation errors, which are actual errors. >> >> >> The project builds fine. Just for my understanding : Why exactly >> would there >> be any actual errors if VS doesn't see them ? >> Or can I make VS see them ? Or do you, in this context, define errors >> more >> widely ? >> Thx for your thoughts ! >> >> Dirk >> >>> I've investigated your project. There are 2 kind of problems there: >>> >>> 1) ReSharper doesn't understand the conditional compilation symbols >>> in >>> project settings separated by whitespace. This will be fixed. >>> 2) There are ~15 compilation errors, which are actual errors. For >>> example, >>> interface 'IInvocation' hasn't property 'Proxy', and so on >]]>



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Sorry, I've missing your post. I'm checking the test solution right now.

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"Dirk MAEGH" <Dirk.Maegh@pandora.be> wrote in message
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Could you please look into this ? It would be a fine testcase, wouldn't
it ?

>
>

Thx for your thoughts !

>
>> Another project that builds fine, is Keepass.
>> You'll find it at
>> http://kent.dl.sourceforge.net/sourceforge/keepass/KeePass-2.02-Alpha-
>> Source.zip
>> If one unloads the plugin files, the project also builds without
>> errors. Resharper lists a bunch of errors ?
>>
>> Dirk
>>
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> I am using build 413 of Resharper 3.0.
>>> When I load the DynamicProxy project
>>> (subversion uri
>>> http://svn.castleproject.org:8080/svn/castle/trunk/Tools/Castle.Dynam
>>> i
>>> cProxy2)
>>> into Visual Studio, Resharper loads it too, and shows some global
>>> errors
>>> for the project.
>>> In the error window, some 27 errors are shown (one depends on the
>>> other,
>>> of course).
>>> Basically Resharper seems not to find the generic class Dictionary,
>>> but suggests
>>> to add a using clause.
>>> The project builds fine though.
>>>
>>> Could you please look into this ? I assume it is a bug ?
>>>
>>> Thanks, Dirk
>>>
>



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Using the latest 3.0 build, I do not see any problems in this solution

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Eugene Pasynkov
Developer
JetBrains, Inc
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"Develop with pleasure!"
"Dirk MAEGH" <Dirk.Maegh@pandora.be> wrote in message
news:a096f5c423aed8c9565e6ae8a954@news.jetbrains.com...

Could you please look into this ? It would be a fine testcase, wouldn't
it ?

>
>

Thx for your thoughts !

>
>> Another project that builds fine, is Keepass.
>> You'll find it at
>> http://kent.dl.sourceforge.net/sourceforge/keepass/KeePass-2.02-Alpha-
>> Source.zip
>> If one unloads the plugin files, the project also builds without
>> errors. Resharper lists a bunch of errors ?
>>
>> Dirk
>>
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> I am using build 413 of Resharper 3.0.
>>> When I load the DynamicProxy project
>>> (subversion uri
>>> http://svn.castleproject.org:8080/svn/castle/trunk/Tools/Castle.Dynam
>>> i
>>> cProxy2)
>>> into Visual Studio, Resharper loads it too, and shows some global
>>> errors
>>> for the project.
>>> In the error window, some 27 errors are shown (one depends on the
>>> other,
>>> of course).
>>> Basically Resharper seems not to find the generic class Dictionary,
>>> but suggests
>>> to add a using clause.
>>> The project builds fine though.
>>>
>>> Could you please look into this ? I assume it is a bug ?
>>>
>>> Thanks, Dirk
>>>
>



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I am installing the latest build and will retry.

Thx !

Dirk

Using the latest 3.0 build, I do not see any problems in this
solution



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