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When missing reference, the "Resolve" option is missing.
The "ServerStoppingFailedEventArgs" is defined in the namespace "Awitec.Common.Net.iOS.EventsArgs".
But when used in "Awitec.Common.Net.iOS" the automatic "Resolve" option is missing, was present in the right-click context menu.
That's now in the 'fix' menu.
(But ensure that source analysis is turned on)
Created attachment 15110 [details]
Source analysis is turned on
Created attachment 15111 [details]
But the Resolve and even Fix option is missing
Hi Mike, thank You for looking at it.
It's not really big deal for me to set this stuff again. (I'm using something between pure VS and Java style). Although, I need sync this between 2-3 Macs I'm using for the development.
Can imagine that many people will be complaining.
And Yes, Roslyn is big thing, I know. Altogether with C#6 and tvOS and all that stuff. I can imagine why you are working at Saturday.
I'm very sory, the previous comment belongs to the another window.
Anyway, as You can see from the screenshots, eventhough with the source analysis option on, I do not see the desired option :)
Ok we'rer unning into a bug here.
Can you reproduce it with a simple file like:
static void Main(string args)
Is it possible to resolve 'Console' ?
sorry for the delay.
Nope. I can't :(
Created attachment 15129 [details]
Resolving of the 'Console' static class issue.
I can't see it in the screenshot : did you add the file to a project ?
In stand alone files that won't work.
yes I've crated the brand new project for this test.
Console app, Mac OS.
Is there anything in the logs ? help->open log directory ?
Maybe there was an internal error (The 'fix' menu is very basic - it should always work :/).
Seems that the released version contains a bug in the options dialog.
Turn on underline errors in the text editor options. That fixes that.