I have few problems with build script support in R# (using build 265
with VS.NET 2005) I'm using MSBuild.
1) How R# detects that actual opened file is build script? By file
extension or by anything else ?
For example for file with extension .proj R# does everything described
in documentation but for file extension wdproj (Web Deployment Project)
no R# feature is available :(
I thing that these feature will be much helpful if R# looks for the
xmlns in the file header (
xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/developer/msbuild/2003" for msbuild)
than when it is active by file extension...
2) Visual studio IntelliSense is not completely disabled even for files
where R# works ok. For example when i type "]]>
Is there any chance to change this ? :)
Because this makes msbuild support in R# only 10% useful it should be. I
can't imagine anybody using absolute paths for their task assemblies...
Consequences of this design is:
- R# doesn't list tasks in "available tasks" popup (VS.NET does so thus
is not the worst issue)
- #R doesn't recognize Items and Properties created by these tasks so
these are not available in code completion.....
In short, all these issues makes all the build script support in R#
useless for me.......and it makes me angry because i love R# ! :)