BUG: Move Types Into Matching Files does not preserve extension.

When I am working on Silverilght RIA Application projects, and I use "Move Types Into Matching Files", the filename extension does not get preserved.

Steps:

1) Create a shared class: "SharedObjects.shared.cs"

2) Create multiple classes within this class file.

3) Perform "Move Types Into Matching Files" refactor action.

4) Names of the files are with ".cs" extension rather than ".shared.cs"

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Hello Michael,

I've created a bug-report: http://youtrack.jetbrains.net/issue/RSRP-199472
and you're welcome to monitor its status. Thank you!

Andrey Serebryansky
Senior Support Engineer
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

When I am working on Silverilght RIA Application projects, and I use
"Move Types Into Matching Files", the filename extension does not get
preserved.

Steps:

1) Create a shared class: "SharedObjects.shared.cs"

2) Create multiple classes within this class file.

3) Perform "Move Types Into Matching Files" refactor action.

4) Names of the files are with ".cs" extension rather than
".shared.cs"



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Michael DeMond wrote:

When I am working on Silverilght RIA Application projects, and I use "Move Types Into Matching Files", the filename extension does not get preserved.


In windows extension is only last part after dot, so here ".shared" is part of name, not extension.

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