R# in VB.NET Projects

R

  1. parses the assemblies on VB.NET projects and them creates the

_ReSharper.ProjectName cache folder.

I'm my opinion that shouldn't happen.


Cheers,
Paulo


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Joao,

R# should not parse those assemblies that are not referenced in C# projects.
Does your solution contain any C# projects?

"Joao Paulo Carreiro" <anonymous@anonymous.com> wrote in message
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R

  1. parses the assemblies on VB.NET projects and them creates the

_ReSharper.ProjectName cache folder.

>

I'm my opinion that shouldn't happen.

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>

Cheers,
Paulo

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Does your solution contain any C# projects?

No Dmitry.

And I don't think it does a Full Parse, as the "loading solution" dialog
comes up and vanishes quite fast ( a second or less), but even so it does
show up and it does create the cache folder.

Here's how to reproduce.

-Create a new VB.NET project. ( for instance the Console project)
-Save all.
-Close it

-Open it again (you'll see the loading solution come up, even if it's quite
fast)
-Check the folder where you have the project, and you'll see the cache
folder.

Cheers,
Paulo



"Dmitry Shaporenkov (JetBrains)" <dsha@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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Joao,

>

R

  1. should not parse those assemblies that are not referenced in C#

projects.

Does your solution contain any C# projects?

>

"Joao Paulo Carreiro" <anonymous@anonymous.com> wrote in message
news:caut56$b0u$1@is.intellij.net...

R

  1. parses the assemblies on VB.NET projects and them creates the

_ReSharper.ProjectName cache folder.

>

I'm my opinion that shouldn't happen.

>
>

Cheers,
Paulo

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Joao,

don't you like that cache folder or a delay on loading a solution because of
ReSharper progress dialog
(though you said it disappears quite fast...)?

"Joao Paulo Carreiro" <anonymous@anonymous.com> wrote in message
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Does your solution contain any C# projects?

No Dmitry.

>

And I don't think it does a Full Parse, as the "loading solution" dialog
comes up and vanishes quite fast ( a second or less), but even so it does
show up and it does create the cache folder.

>

Here's how to reproduce.

>

-Create a new VB.NET project. ( for instance the Console project)
-Save all.
-Close it

>

-Open it again (you'll see the loading solution come up, even if it's

quite

fast)
-Check the folder where you have the project, and you'll see the cache
folder.

>

Cheers,
Paulo

>
>
>

"Dmitry Shaporenkov (JetBrains)" <dsha@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
news:caut91$bmd$1@is.intellij.net...

Joao,

>

R

  1. should not parse those assemblies that are not referenced in C#

projects.

Does your solution contain any C# projects?

>

"Joao Paulo Carreiro" <anonymous@anonymous.com> wrote in message
news:caut56$b0u$1@is.intellij.net...

R

  1. parses the assemblies on VB.NET projects and them creates the

_ReSharper.ProjectName cache folder.

>

I'm my opinion that shouldn't happen.

>
>

Cheers,
Paulo

>
>

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>

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>


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Well, I don't like both, mostly the folder creation, but I can live with
them.

Cheers,
Paulo

"Dmitry Shaporenkov (JetBrains)" <dsha@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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Joao,

>

don't you like that cache folder or a delay on loading a solution because

of

ReSharper progress dialog
(though you said it disappears quite fast...)?

>

"Joao Paulo Carreiro" <anonymous@anonymous.com> wrote in message
news:cav1tb$be6$1@is.intellij.net...

Does your solution contain any C# projects?

No Dmitry.

>

And I don't think it does a Full Parse, as the "loading solution" dialog
comes up and vanishes quite fast ( a second or less), but even so it

does

show up and it does create the cache folder.

>

Here's how to reproduce.

>

-Create a new VB.NET project. ( for instance the Console project)
-Save all.
-Close it

>

-Open it again (you'll see the loading solution come up, even if it's

quite

fast)
-Check the folder where you have the project, and you'll see the cache
folder.

>

Cheers,
Paulo

>
>
>

"Dmitry Shaporenkov (JetBrains)" <dsha@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
news:caut91$bmd$1@is.intellij.net...

Joao,

>

R

  1. should not parse those assemblies that are not referenced in C#

projects.

Does your solution contain any C# projects?

>

"Joao Paulo Carreiro" <anonymous@anonymous.com> wrote in message
news:caut56$b0u$1@is.intellij.net...

R

  1. parses the assemblies on VB.NET projects and them creates the

_ReSharper.ProjectName cache folder.

>

I'm my opinion that shouldn't happen.

>
>

Cheers,
Paulo

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