Mark as HTML as an inspection comment

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Resharper has this nifty feature of being able to mark a JavaScript string as containing HTML. This enhances the editing experience considerably. However, the "Mark as HTML" state is not remembered when the file is closed. I would like to suggest that an "inspection comment" be added so the string can be tagged permanently as HTML.

Example:

    // ReSharper Mark as HTML
    const template = `
        <div style="margin: 1em 0 0 1em">
        <button class="pure-button">Export CSV</button>
        </div>`;

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Hello Mike,

You may use "//language=html" comment to mark a string as HTML code.

And by the way, please install R# 2016.3 EAP https://confluence.jetbrains.com/display/ReSharper/ReSharper+2016.3+EAP, since the issue about removing "Mark as HTML" range after closing a file is not reproduced there.

Thanks! 

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Thanks for the tip. The comment works great.

As to the not remembering issue, I'm using Typescript 2.0 so maybe that influences things

I've noticed that if I close the file and reopen it, the setting is remembered. If I close Visual Studio and reopen, the Mark as Html setting is not remembered, but not in all instances (weird).

I appreciate the early access but I've found it too disruptive

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