5 Replies Last post: Feb 9, 2010 10:40 PM by BrandonD  
Nick Newbie 2 posts since
Jun 12, 2008
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Jun 12, 2008 7:32 PM

Regression from Resharper 4 Beta

After upgrading from the Resharper 4 Beta to the final build, some references in my solution file are not working.  For example, I have a folder called A with a project called B, which has a reference to a project called "Y (Server)" in a folder called "X".  Note that there are parentheses in the referenced project's name - not sure if it's important or not.

 

Keywords in project B which are defined in project "Y (Server)" highlight red, with the error "Cannot resolve symbol."  This also occurs in using statements.  The autocorrect option says "Reference 'Y (Server)' and use Namespace.Class'.  If I select it, a tooltip appears which says "Failed to reference module. Probably, reference will produce circular dependencies between projects."  However, the reference is actually already there.  Finally, I downgraded back to the Beta build, and it works fine in that build.

 

Please advise.

 

Thanks,

Nick

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Jun 14, 2008 12:09 AM in response to: Nick
Re: Regression from Resharper 4 Beta

I seem to be experiencing the same problem as you.  However, hitting

CtrlShiftB to kick off a build makes the red squigglies immediately vanish

(before a single project has finished building).  All seems fine after that.

 

Mike

 

"Nick" <no_reply@jetbrains.com> wrote in message

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After upgrading from the Resharper 4 Beta to the final build, some

references in my solution file are not working.  For example, I have a

folder called A with a project called B, which has a reference to a

project called "Y (Server)" in a folder called "X".  Note that there are

parentheses in the referenced project's name - not sure if it's important

or not.

>

Keywords in project B which are defined in project "Y (Server)" highlight

red, with the error "Cannot resolve symbol."  This also occurs in using

statements.  The autocorrect option says "Reference 'Y (Server)' and use

Namespace.Class'.  If I select it, a tooltip appears which says "Failed to

reference module. Probably, reference will produce circular dependencies

between projects."  However, the reference is actually already there.

Finally, I downgraded back to the Beta build, and it works fine in that

build.

>

Please advise.

>

Thanks,

Nick

 

 

Evgeny Pasynkov JetBrains 6,085 posts since
Dec 3, 2003
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Jun 15, 2008 6:25 PM in response to: Nick
Re: Regression from Resharper 4 Beta

Hmmmm.... I do not think we've made breaking changes since beta...

Please could you try to repro this problem in a small solution, or minimize

your own (removing any sensible data, so only project structure remains) and

send it to us for analysis? I'm afraid that without steps to reproduce this

problem we will be unable to fix it

 

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"Nick" <no_reply@jetbrains.com> wrote in message

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After upgrading from the Resharper 4 Beta to the final build, some

references in my solution file are not working.  For example, I have a

folder called A with a project called B, which has a reference to a

project called "Y (Server)" in a folder called "X".  Note that there are

parentheses in the referenced project's name - not sure if it's important

or not.

>

Keywords in project B which are defined in project "Y (Server)" highlight

red, with the error "Cannot resolve symbol."  This also occurs in using

statements.  The autocorrect option says "Reference 'Y (Server)' and use

Namespace.Class'.  If I select it, a tooltip appears which says "Failed to

reference module. Probably, reference will produce circular dependencies

between projects."  However, the reference is actually already there.

Finally, I downgraded back to the Beta build, and it works fine in that

build.

>

Please advise.

>

Thanks,

Nick

 

 

 

Evgeny Pasynkov JetBrains 6,085 posts since
Dec 3, 2003
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Jun 21, 2008 11:38 AM in response to: Nick
Re: Regression from Resharper 4 Beta

Just zip them and send to

Eugene.Pasynkov (at) jetbrains.com

 

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JetBrains, Inc

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"Nick" <no_reply@jetbrains.com> wrote in message

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What would be the best way to send you the files?

 

 

 

BrandonD Newbie 1 posts since
Feb 9, 2010
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Feb 9, 2010 11:51 PM in response to: Evgeny Pasynkov
Re: Regression from Resharper 4 Beta

Sorry to bring up such an old issue, however I'm having the same problem as Nick.

 

I've posted the details here: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2231731/why-cant-i-reference-my-class-library

 

It seems to be the exact same issue, (however I have no parentheses in my project names).

 

Has there been any updates on this? I'm using Resharper 4.5 and I've never had the Beta installed on this computer.

 

Thanks,

Brandon

 

Edit: I found how to fix this issue (for me at least). Why it worked, I'm not sure, but it did. I tried the normal cleaning of the projects and rebuilding, shutting down all my Visual Studio instances and restarting them, even tried restarting my computer. What actually worked was opening up the project in Visual Studio, closing all the open tabs, and then shutting it down. Before I had left the tabs open because I didn't think it mattered (and I hardly ever close the tabs I'm using). Message was edited by: BrandonD

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