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Hello Maxim,

The idea of the option "Ask for the location of missing source files" is that you should see a modal dialog where you can specify a location in the case when a solution was compiled on a different machine, hence it has paths to different ways compared to the current local machine. However, the option will be deprecated in the upcoming Rider 19.3. Could you please specify your use-case for using this option?

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In Resharper we have https://www.jetbrains.com/help/resharper/2019.2/Reference__Options__Tools__External_Sources.html (advanced symbol options)

We have 2 solutions.

First is built on Jenkins server and then deployed into Nuget server

Second uses Nuget packages from First solution.

When you debug Second solution you may face a bug in First. To work with not decompiled source code I have the following options:

  • use folder substitution - to map Jenkins folders where Nuget was build into local folder
  • create directory junctions to recreate folder structure that is used on Jenkins server

It better to specify folder location instead of specifying each particular file

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Thank you for the detailed explanation. You can also try using PathMap property info in csproj file. As for folder substitution, I have created a feature request for adding it to Rider as well, please upvote and watch for monitoring the status: RIDER-34655.

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