ReSharper #pragma(s) and C#

Hi

I want to know if ReSharper (3.1) has is listing of available pragma(s) that I can using in C# to suppress ReSharper warnings?
I am using this ReSharper within VS 2005 Team Edition.

I am getting the following unnecessary ReSharper warning, because the constructor it cannot resolve is one of the candidate solutions ReSharper is suggesting:

Cannot resolve constructor 'Foo( x, y, z )', candidates are:

Foo( x, y, z )

Foo( a, b, c )

Ideas?

Thanks

Jeff in Seattle

2 comments

This list is growing while we adding new warnings/analysisto ReSharper.
Frankly speaking, we are not satisfied with these pragma's, but haven't
gound more reasonable solution yet :(

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Eugene Pasynkov
ReSharper Technical Lead
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Hi

>

I want to know if ReSharper (3.1) has is listing of available
pragma(s) that I can using in C# to suppress ReSharper warnings?
I am using this ReSharper within VS 2005 Team Edition.

>

I am getting the following unnecessary ReSharper warning, because the
constructor it cannot resolve is one of the candidate solutions ReSharper
is suggesting:

>

+Cannot > resolve constructor 'Foo( x, y, z )', candidates are:+
Foo( x, y, z )
+Foo( a, b, > c )+

Ideas?

Thanks

Jeff in Seattle

>

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Hello,

I am getting the following unnecessary ReSharper warning, because the
constructor it cannot resolve is one of the candidate solutions
ReSharper is suggesting:

+Cannot > resolve constructor 'Foo( x, y, z )', candidates are:+


This seems more like an error than a warning (is it red?). The errors cannot
be ignored, even with pragmas.


Serge Baltic
JetBrains, Inc — http://www.jetbrains.com
“Develop with pleasure!”


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