Resharper 2.5 Module XXX should be referenced.

I have a web-project that compiles well.

Resharper finds in my code many errors "Module XXX should be referenced".
How can I disable this annoying bug message?

Andrey.

PS: The speed has been really improved. Congratulations.

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This problem should have been fixed in the upcoming 301 build

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"Andrey Lastochkin" <alastochkin@tengry.com> wrote in message
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>I have a web-project that compiles well.
>

Resharper finds in my code many errors "Module XXX should be referenced".
How can I disable this annoying bug message?

>

Andrey.

>

PS: The speed has been really improved. Congratulations.



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Well, it wasn't fixed.
Everything is still red and unusable...
I cleared caches before installation of 2.5 and moved from solution folder to system and back -- no luck.
Any suggestions?

Back to 2.0...

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Appears to be the same problem as described here:
http://www.intellij.net/forums/thread.jspa?messageID=5099313&#5099313

Problems start when projects, which reference one another are in the same solution. If keeping them apart (i.e. solution per project), everything is honky-dory...

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Please, could you reproduce this problem on a small solution?

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"alex" <no_reply@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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Well, it wasn't fixed.
Everything is still red and unusable...
I cleared caches before installation of 2.5 and moved from solution folder
to system and back -- no luck.
Any suggestions?

>

Back to 2.0...



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And my problem has keeped too.
But I found that the problems were in web-project, that is hardly understood in asp.net 2.0.
There are two places where references are:
1. in bin folder.
2. in Property Pages of web-project.

If assembly is missing in Property Pages the warning is shown.
You must delete problem dll's from bin folder and add these assemblies by Property Pages.

Where VS.NET stores Property Pages references I don't know. If you know prompt me please.

Andrey.

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Yes.
Where should I email that solution?

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Eugene.Pasynkov (at) jetbrains.com

Thank you in advance!

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"alex" <no_reply@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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Yes.
Where should I email that solution?



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Just attaching it here.
Check the CorvetteControl.Designer.cs.

HTH



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Eugene Pasynkov (JetBrains) schrieb:

Eugene.Pasynkov (at) jetbrains.com


Maybe you and Sergey schould get together :) I had a similar Problem
http://www.jetbrains.net/jira/browse/RSRP-31229?page=all he has my solution.

Regards

Albert

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Same for me: RSRP-31463. Referencing an assembly whose project is also in
the solution seems to be the key to when this occurs.
Please solve this asap, I still can't enjoy all the new features of 2.5.

Regards,
Erwin

"alex" <no_reply@jetbrains.com> schreef in bericht
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Appears to be the same problem as described here:
http://www.intellij.net/forums/thread.jspa?messageID=5099313&#5099313

>

Problems start when projects, which reference one another are in the same
solution. If keeping them apart (i.e. solution per project), everything is
honky-dory...



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Hello Andrey,

As an FYI, the references you see in the Property Pages are stored in different
places depending on what type of a reference they are. Project references
are stored in the Solution File, file references to files outside of the
bin directory are stored by creating a file with a .refresh extenstion in
the bin directory. GAC references are stored in the web.config. Sound hacky?
It is, but when there is not project file, MS was forced to become creative.
:)

~Andy

And my problem has keeped too.
But I found that the problems were in web-project, that is hardly
understood in asp.net 2.0.
There are two places where references are:
1. in bin folder.
2. in Property Pages of web-project.
If assembly is missing in Property Pages the warning is shown. You
must delete problem dll's from bin folder and add these assemblies by
Property Pages.

Where VS.NET stores Property Pages references I don't know. If you
know prompt me please.

Andrey.



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