Intellisense not working/cache not building

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PsCustomObject
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Intellisense not working/cache not building

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Product: PowerShell Studio 2022 (64 Bit)
Build: v5.8.212
OS: Windows 10 Enterprise (64 Bit)
Build: v10.0.22621.0

Dear support,

I'm resuming an issue that was never really resolved which I reported here viewtopic.php?t=15981&sid=beda46b3fdae3 ... d&start=10 I did not reply in time and thread got locked and have to open a new one, sorry about that.

Issue I reported in the above post is till valid after PowerShell Studio Update and AWS module, seems to be the only one affected, have been updated.

I can see the module in the object browser but as you can see it is empty:
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Module's version displayed is the correct one as you can see from Windows FS
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Re: Intellisense not working/cache not building

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Please indicate which PowerShell version this is affecting.
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Re: Intellisense not working/cache not building

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Meh sorry I keep forgetting about this detail, issue iss affecting PowerShell version 5.1 x64.
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Re: Intellisense not working/cache not building

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This AWSPowerShell module, I am assuming the previous version worked?
The previous version of the module I mean.
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Re: Intellisense not working/cache not building

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It is kind of weird Alexander as even with previous version I had the same issue.

I develop for a multiple of different stacks so my machine is a mess of different modules, name one probably it's on my box :), many of which are custom developed by us/me none is experiecing this issue but just the AWS one.

I can tell you up to a certain version intellisense worked, wish I could remember the exact number but it was at least 4/5 module's releases ago, then suddenly stopped just for the AWS module.
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Re: Intellisense not working/cache not building

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Hello,

just following up to check if there is anything I should try to troubleshoot the issue further.

Thanks!
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Re: Intellisense not working/cache not building

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Ok I just updated AWS module and seems that cache has been finally built.

Issue solved :)
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Apologies for the delayed response. Happy to hear that it is working now.

We have been attempting to reproduce this behavior but have not been successful. This appears to keep being a problem with this specific module. We'll keep looking, but hopefully this does not happen again.
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