I have recently upgraded to VS.NET 2015 Pro. I have had so many problems with JustCode. At first, I thought it was the learning curve of how it operates with the Roslyn compiler, but even now that I figure all that out, there are so many things that just don't work:
2) Sometimes it seems to ignore my Shared Solutions settings, specifically with regards to C# Code Analysis problems. For example, even though I have "The Used Literal Argument Is Not Named" set to Disable, once in a while JustCode will not honor that and generate about 18,000 warnings. If I click on the warnings and open the code files, they start the disappear. If I close and open VS.Net they will usually go away.
3) When working with .ASPX files (when the file is open) I get very strange naming convention warnings. For example: Warning JustCode_NamingConventions: Name '@__DataBind__control14' does not match the naming convention. When I click on that, it just takes me to a random location in the file.
Maybe it is just me, but with a lot of features now built into VS.NET, I feel like I have to disable JustCode or uninstall it. I would like to continue using the Code Templates as there are many more than the default code snippets in Visual Studio, and I really like the naming convention checks, but it really doesn't feel ready for production use. It just seems like random things work, don't work, work when you don't want them too, etc.