Intellisense realizes changes only after many times of project rebuild, which in huge projects may take a long time to go.I would be glad, if someone could make help me to overcome this issue with Visual Studio 2015. on internet I found this discussion to my issue, but did not help me anymore You to have the header updated then you can run uic manually or possibly via some menu option provided by the Qt VS Integration. My problem is primary that intellisense do not see changes – probably .h and all related files to file do not get refreshed.You can find an overview of the new features in Spec Flow 2.0 here. The new versions of Spec Flow and Spec Flow work with the previous release.
In Visual Studio 2008, I periodically see the error in the status bar: ”Error updating JScript Intellisense, see Error list” HOWEVER, there are no errors about this in the Error list!And, the site compiles, runs, and publishes perfectly! I believe this is an error caused by the inclusion of the JQuery library and some inability of the Intellisense parser to “play nice in the playground”. I had an annoying issue in Visual Studio 2015 whereby the views lost all intellisense.As a result of the change in the Razor syntax between these versions, customised report templates may no longer work without being updated to the new syntax.If you are using intellisense, you will also need to update the DLLs to the new version. If you are using TFS XAML builds and plan on using Spec Flow Runner 1.2 and 1.3 in parallel with different projects, you need to ensure that the different runner versions target different build agents. To upgrade from Spec Flow 1.9 to Spec Flow 2: If you want to update both Spec Flow to version 2 and Spec Flow to 1.3, the easiest way to do this is to simply upgrade the Spec Run for Spec Flow package.