I've added the CorrectReSharperReferences tool (provided by ReSharper) into the repository. From what I can tell, the way it works is to figure out where the ReSharper libraries live, then fixes up the hint paths in any .csproj files.
So, if you've opened AgUnit.sln and it isn't building because of broken ReSharper references, you can just:
- close AgUnit.sln
- open CorrectReSharperReferences.sln
- rebuild; there's a post-build step that will automatically run the tool over the AgUnit.Runner.Resharper51.csproj
- close CorrectReSharperReferences.sln
- open AgUnit.sln; behold, your ReSharper references will be fixed!
This is all preparatory to getting a build script in place, which in turn is preparatory to building an installer for AgUnit.
If you have any questions, or if CorrectReSharperReferences doesn't work for you, please post a message in this thread & I'll look into it.