String format warnings for custom methods

Is there any way to get the "Non-existent argument in format string" warnings for a custom function? For example,

String.Format("the hit the ", stuff); Will give a warning on : Non-existent argument in format string. Can we get this same functionality with a custom method, as in: log.Debug("the hit the ", stuff);

Thanks,

Sam

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The set of methods, for which this analysis is applied, is hard-coded.
We'll consider to make it configurable.......

http://www.jetbrains.net/jira/browse/RSRP-38704

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"Samuel Neff" <no_reply@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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Is there any way to get the "Non-existent argument in format string"
warnings for a custom function? For example,

>

String.Format("the hit the ", stuff); > > Will give a warning on : Non-existent argument in format string. Can > we get this same functionality with a custom method, as in: > > log.Debug("the hit the ", stuff);

>

Thanks,

>

Sam



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Funny, I am looking for that exact functionality. It would be better if it
was built into the C# compiler!

"Samuel Neff" <no_reply@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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Is there any way to get the "Non-existent argument in format string"
warnings for a custom function? For example,

>

String.Format("the hit the ", stuff); > > Will give a warning on : Non-existent argument in format string. Can > we get this same functionality with a custom method, as in: > > log.Debug("the hit the ", stuff);

>

Thanks,

>

Sam


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ha, problem with that is the MS folks are not nearly as responsive as JetBrains.

Be sure to vote for the item in tracker! :)

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