Localization - Three Questions

1. Is it possible to identify missing strings in a localized resource file that exist in the default?  e.g. I have a strMessage in default, but it's missing out of the spanish resource file, can I be alerted or search for that so that it can be corrected.

2. I have an existing project that uses resources as such:


ResourceManager localization = new ResourceManager("TestProject.Localization.WinFormStrings", typeof(ParseForm).Assembly);

string

message = localization.GetString("strMessage");

The R# localization features don't seem to recognize this at all.


3. I have some strings that could benefit from localizing, such as some RegularExpression patterns:

Regex

newReg = new Regex(@"Inventory\sID\s([\-\d]*)");

Again, the R# localization features don't seem to recognize this at all.

Note that I am running in Pessimistic mode, with R# version 5.1.3.12

Any ideas?

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1. If you open XML editor for file with default culture you can to see warnings about overriding resource item in specified cultures.
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2. ReSharper support resource usage via generated wrappers.

3.  The string for Regex constructor marked as non localizable. You can manualy move this string to resource, if you need it.

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Also i recommend you to use "Find Code Issues" from Solution Explorer or SWA for detecting localization problems.

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