is namespace exclusion possible on navigation options in R#?

Hi there,

Sorry for asking this question here, but I didn't know where to ask:

Is there a way to exclude a certain namespace from the resharper navigation
(find symbol (altshiftt), file (ctrlshiftt, etc)?
I am currently rewriting some old module in our code, but because the old
module is really tangled up in the solution we don't want to remove it from
the solution until we're certain the new module will work like in should
(before shipping our product). So I have Multiple files with the same name,
but in different namespaces:

App.Business.Quatation2006 (old module)
App.Business.Quatation (new module)

If I look for some interface (i.e. IQuatationSummary.cs) I get 2 results;
I'd like to exclude the old namespace from the find-symbol search. Is it
possible?

Regards,
Ted

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Can you attribute the old interface to be "Deprecated"?

"Ted" <nothanx@spam.com> wrote in message
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Hi there,

>

Sorry for asking this question here, but I didn't know where to ask:

>

Is there a way to exclude a certain namespace from the resharper
navigation (find symbol (altshiftt), file (ctrlshiftt, etc)?
I am currently rewriting some old module in our code, but because the old
module is really tangled up in the solution we don't want to remove it
from the solution until we're certain the new module will work like in
should (before shipping our product). So I have Multiple files with the
same name, but in different namespaces:

>

App.Business.Quatation2006 (old module)
App.Business.Quatation (new module)

>

If I look for some interface (i.e. IQuatationSummary.cs) I get 2 results;
I'd like to exclude the old namespace from the find-symbol search. Is it
possible?

>

Regards,
Ted


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Hi Paul,

fyi: I'm quite the newb when it comes to C# / visual studio; only working
with it for 3 months now. That said, I can't find any deprecated attribute.
However, I've encountered the obsolete attribute. Is that what you meant?
I've tried it, but the module still appears in my find symbol list

Regards, Ted

"Paul Bradshaw" <pbradshaw@advsol.com> wrote in message
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Can you attribute the old interface to be "Deprecated"?

>

"Ted" <nothanx@spam.com> wrote in message
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>> Hi there,
>>
>> Sorry for asking this question here, but I didn't know where to ask:
>>
>> Is there a way to exclude a certain namespace from the resharper
>> navigation (find symbol (altshiftt), file (ctrlshiftt, etc)?
>> I am currently rewriting some old module in our code, but because the old
>> module is really tangled up in the solution we don't want to remove it
>> from the solution until we're certain the new module will work like in
>> should (before shipping our product). So I have Multiple files with the
>> same name, but in different namespaces:
>>
>> App.Business.Quatation2006 (old module)
>> App.Business.Quatation (new module)
>>
>> If I look for some interface (i.e. IQuatationSummary.cs) I get 2 results;
>> I'd like to exclude the old namespace from the find-symbol search. Is it
>> possible?
>>
>> Regards,
>> Ted


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