Since upgrading to ReSharper 10.0.2 I've been experiencing problems with solution-wide code analysis. It works fine initially, then as soon as I build the solution it starts rescanning everything and eventually detects more than 60,000 errors (it's a big solution!). This persists through subsequent builds, making it almost impossible to code, until I force a rebuild, then it scans the files again and after a few minutes I'm back down to 0 errors. Before upgrading (from version 9.something) this didn't happen. Note that I'm using Visual Studio build, not the new ReSharper one.
A bit of research suggests this may be something to do with referencing different versions of the same assemblies, but I'm finding it really hard to track down exactly where this might be happening. A full diagnostic build log identified some assembly version problems that I doubt I'll be able to fix easily as they come from NuGet packages such as CommonServiceLocator, many of which have references to, for example, older versions of mscorlib and System.
Can you give me any advice as to how to solve this problem? Or is it something that requires a fix in ReSharper?