R# 4.1 comment handling

Hi there,

not sure if it is only my problem (misuse of R# options) but imagine a code line like this one:

int deviceNum = 1; // TODO: Initialize to an appropriate value

Well, R# says to me (in the quickfix) that this declaration could be converted to const. When I say "sure, go ahead" (my keyboard shortcut is CTRL+ENTER to show the QuickFixes options) this is the line that R# gives to me:

const int deviceNum = 1;

that would be fine but the comment vanished... This comment wasn't important but it shouldn't happen.

I also noticed this behavior when using the move line up or down shortcuts (CTRLSHIFTALT + UP or DOWN).
All the comments vanishes when using this 2 R# features (as far as I can tell).

Does anyone has this same problem?
Could it be a Option that I have turned on/off for mistake? If so, could you indicate me which one is it?

Thank you,
Luís

2 comments

I've seen the same behavior a few times well, but I keep forgetting to post
a message about it. Most of our comments are on the line above the statement
so it doesn't happen very often. It is confusing when it does happen,
though.

"Mic Boucinha" <micboucinha@netcabo.pt> wrote in message
news:19556530.122101220952343199.JavaMail.jive@app4.labs.intellij.net...

Hi there,

>

not sure if it is only my problem (misuse of R# options) but imagine a
code line like this one:

>

int deviceNum = 1; // TODO: Initialize to an appropriate value

>

Well, R# says to me (in the quickfix) that this declaration could be
converted to const. When I say "sure, go ahead" (my keyboard shortcut is
CTRL+ENTER to show the QuickFixes options) this is the line that R# gives
to me:

>

const int deviceNum = 1;

>

that would be fine but the comment vanished... This comment wasn't
important but it shouldn't happen.

>

I also noticed this behavior when using the move line up or down shortcuts
(CTRLSHIFTALT + UP or DOWN).
All the comments vanishes when using this 2 R# features (as far as I can
tell).

>

Does anyone has this same problem?
Could it be a Option that I have turned on/off for mistake? If so, could
you indicate me which one is it?

>

Thank you,
Luís


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Thank you for the report.
This problem will be fixed in the next release

--
Eugene Pasynkov
Developer
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"
"Mic Boucinha" <micboucinha@netcabo.pt> wrote in message
news:19556530.122101220952343199.JavaMail.jive@app4.labs.intellij.net...

Hi there,

>

not sure if it is only my problem (misuse of R# options) but imagine a
code line like this one:

>

int deviceNum = 1; // TODO: Initialize to an appropriate value

>

Well, R# says to me (in the quickfix) that this declaration could be
converted to const. When I say "sure, go ahead" (my keyboard shortcut is
CTRL+ENTER to show the QuickFixes options) this is the line that R# gives
to me:

>

const int deviceNum = 1;

>

that would be fine but the comment vanished... This comment wasn't
important but it shouldn't happen.

>

I also noticed this behavior when using the move line up or down shortcuts
(CTRLSHIFTALT + UP or DOWN).
All the comments vanishes when using this 2 R# features (as far as I can
tell).

>

Does anyone has this same problem?
Could it be a Option that I have turned on/off for mistake? If so, could
you indicate me which one is it?

>

Thank you,
Luis



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