Generated_Code Classes Showing Up with Ctrl+N

Hello,

If I have a Silverlight 4 Project with a RIA Services Linked Project in my solution, and I press Ctrl+N, classes that are shared show up twice in my list and it's impossible to know which is which.  Is there a way to filter this list?

Thank you!

Michael

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Hello Michael,

Could you please attach a small sample solution demonstrating this behavior?
Thank you!

Andrey Serebryansky
Senior Support Engineer
JetBrains, Inc
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Hello,

If I have a Silverlight 4 Project with a RIA Services Linked Project
in my solution, and I press Ctrl+N, classes that are shared show up
twice in my list and it's impossible to know which is which.  Is there
a way to filter this list?

Thank you!
Michael
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Hello,

I've attached the solution to this post along with a screenshot of the class name to test for.

Also, I will give you another good example here:

http://caliburnmicro.codeplex.com/SourceControl/changeset/changes/1296ea635677

This is a solution that I'm using.  As you can see there are 3 projects: 1 for Native .NET, 1 for Silverlight, and 1 for Windows Phone.  When you press Ctrl-N and search for "Message", you'll see that there are 3 of every class.  It'd be nice to see from the Ctrl-N which project the file is in.

Thank you!

Michael



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Hello,

This appears to be addressed in ReSharper 6.0.  That is, I can now clearly see the Assembly of the class I'm about to visit.

However, I would REALLY REALLY REALLY appreciate being able to ignore source (.shared.cs) files in the Generated_Code directory altogether.  That is, when I CTRL-N or CTRL-B a symbol, that I would go to the *Source* (.shared.cs) file for the Generated_Code file.

Currently, when I CTRL-B a symbol that is Generated (.shared.cs), I am taken to the Generated_Code version.  I would like to be taken to the *Source* (.shared.cs) version of that file.

Generated_Code files (that are shared.cs) should be completely ignored, as they are, um, generated, or rather copied from a source file. :)  They provide extra noise that should be ignored altogether (since they have a corresponding source file).

I hope that makes sense.

ReSharper 6 looks really good.  Great work. :)

Thank you,
Michael

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