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ReSharper stopped working for a single specific solution

If ReSharper stopped working for a single specific solution (like, there is no Code Analysis, Navigation, Code Inspections, etc.), but works fine for the others, this might indicate that solution specific settings, as well as ReSharper caches are corrupted, and VS with ReSharper cannot rebuild them automatically for some reason.

In order to fix it, please try to remove the '<solution_name>.suo' file (for VS2015 - file name is ".suo" and located in "\.vs\{Solution Name}\v14" folder) and '_ReSharper.Caches' folder (located in the root directory of your current solution) and check if it helps to resolve the issue.

If you don't have these files/folders there, please use the 'Clear Caches' button in "ReSharper | Options | Environment | General" dialog.

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    Craig

    Fixed the issue with ReSharper 8.2 and VS 2013 Update 2.

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    Brian Almond

    I was having an odd situation where "Run All Tests for Solution" (^UL) would fail, but it would open the Unit Test Sessions window with a session for all of the solution tests.  Oddly even though it failed, clicking on "Run All Tests" with the solution tests in a session would work!

    With VS 2013 Update 3 and Reshaper 8.2, removing the .suo files as suggested solved this problem.  Thanks!

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    Kj2whe

    Fixed my issue.  Although I only had a <solution\_name>.suo file and not the folder.  I am using ReSharper 8.2.3 and VS 2013 Update 3

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    Andrew Gray

    Didn't work for me. VS 2013 Update 4 with Resharper 9.  Solution builds but red methods and classes everywhere.

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    Ouassim Sadellah

    I tried everything here but still doesn't work me. it hangs at "processing source file"i am using VS 2013 Update 4 with Resharper 9.

     

     

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    Drewack

    This started happening for me in VS2013 latest versions of all. Only one simple cs class file has ReSharper completely disabled. All other documents work. Simply trying to generate constructors from properties... REALLY FRUSTRATING!!!

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    Jim Dunn

    I'm same as above! One .cs file has no R#. All the .aspx.cs files work great. Stinks!

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    suhas seenappa

    I have vs2013 with Resharper 8.2. Solution fails to build, really sad that it is decreasing my productivity. Come on give (demanding here as it very common all my team ) me a fix.(or give me upgrade license to 9.0, if you have fixed in 9)

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    Praveen Kumar R

    I couldn't find any folder with name resharper.

    I have deleted .suo file and cleared the caches and restarted the VS.

    Still the issue persists. I use 9.2 in VS2012. this is happening only for one solution not for others. This is my first resharper use instead of increasing productivity it is increasing frustrations.

    Kindly suggest a resolution. Please

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    Sean Jacquelin

    I am having the same issue with most of my solutions for VS2013 & VS2015. I have removed all folders, uninstalled & reinstalled with no luck. Any one else figure this out yet?

    Thank you.

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    Praveen Kumar R

    No luck yet. I have opened another thread for this issue in the below link,

    http://resharper-support.jetbrains.com/hc/en-us/requests/22602?flash_digest=61a66e568162dcafb01991121b0550f13249831c

    This link has their latest response but I haven't tried yet. If you able to try and get the solution kindly let me know.

    Thanks!

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    Andrew Gray

    Praveen, the link you provide is broken.

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    Praveen Kumar R

    Don't know why. I can navigate to that link.

    Discard everything from ? to the end in the link and try.

    http://resharper-support.jetbrains.com/hc/en-us/requests/22602

    Thanks!

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    Andrew Gray

    Already tried that. Doesn't work.

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    Praveen Kumar R

    Hi

    They wanted the whole solution to validate but I cannot send that.

    Before that they asked me for the dumps by performing the below steps,

    We need whole solution which will demonstrate us the issue to debug it directly on our side.

    But before sending the solution let's try to collect some debug info:
    1) Run Visual Studio with "/ReSharper.Internal" key to run R# in debug mode;
    2) Open the problem solution;
    3) Open any code file from the project;

    4) Hit Alt+Enter shortcut in any place in the file;
    5) Type "Dump Project's Target Framework Scopes";
    6) Save such file as "Dump Project's Target Framework Scopes {Project Name}.txt";
    7) Hit Alt+Enter shortcut in any place in the file;
    8) Type "Show VS References given to project";
    9) Save such file as "Show VS References given to project {Project Name}.txt";

    10) In "Dump Project's Target Framework Scopes {Problem Project Name}.txt" file, find all "ReferencedProjectName" items, open a file from each project mentioned in all "ReferencedProjectName" items one by one, execute steps 4-9;
    11) In any file, hit Alt+Enter and type "Dump Project Model" and save the result file as "Dump Project Model.txt";

    They want the dumps to be sent to ReSharper.

    Try to perform the above in your erroneous sln and let us know result.

    Thank you.

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    Sean Jacquelin

    Praveen,
    They had me do the same thing but like you I can't send the whole solution, we have 31 projects on our framework. I sent them 1-9 instead and most of the System References are returning false for the Show VS References dump but resolved on the Target framework scopes.

    Target Scope:
    Resolve Map, 31 total:
    mscorlib -> [mscorlib, Version=4.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b77a5c561934e089, C:\Program Files (x86)\Reference Assemblies\Microsoft\Framework.NETFramework\v4.5\mscorlib.dll]

    VS References:
    System
    4.0.0.0
    False
    C:\Program Files (x86)\Reference Assemblies\Microsoft\Framework.NETFramework\v4.5\System.dll

    System.Configuration
    4.0.0.0
    False
    C:\Program Files (x86)\Reference Assemblies\Microsoft\Framework.NETFramework\v4.5\System.Configuration.dll

    System.Core
    4.0.0.0
    False
    C:\Program Files (x86)\Reference Assemblies\Microsoft\Framework.NETFramework\v4.5\System.Core.dll

    mscorlib
    4.0.0.0
    False
    C:\Program Files (x86)\Reference Assemblies\Microsoft\Framework.NETFramework\v4.5\mscorlib.dll

    Thanks.

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    Praveen Kumar R

    Hi Sean Jacquelin,

    I didn't try the steps yet. I have to perform. I didn't send them any project. I can't send even a single project/sln.

    From your comment, does it mean it did work or something !?

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    Sean Jacquelin

    They just want the dumps to look through, it wasn't a troubleshooting step. I have been in contact with them this morning. Hopefully soon they will provide me with some troubleshooting steps, which I'll post here if they are successful.

    Thanks.

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    Night Owl

    So any progress here guys?
    My solution is a red sea!

    And now I'm addicted and don't know how to code anymore without R#!

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    Sean Jacquelin

    I'm waiting for a response from JetBrains. I sent them the dumps they asked for so now is a waiting game.

    Thanks.

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    Martin Malar

    Came here to look for a solution to Visual Studio 2015 freezing during opening a solution. During the 'Processing assemblies' step of Resharper the progress would stop and eventually VS stopped responding.
    I couldn't clear the Resharper caches as I couldn't load the project: "Clear caches is applicable when solution exists only. Open solution first." Obviously, I couldn't do that.
    To quickly find where exactly the caches are (my options is "User local settings folder", but should work with other options too) select the "Custom folder" option (don't save) and it will print the currently used path. Go there and delete the cache for your solution. This fixed the problem for me.

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