Move type

I used Move Type on two enumerations embedded in a class and got some really
strange results with the release version of ReSharper. Before the move:

namespace foo
{
internal static class bar
{
internal enum Blah1
{
}

internal enum Blah2
{
}
}
}

After using Move Type to move the enumerations outside the class:

namespace foo
{
internal static class bar
{
}

internal enum Blah1
{
??<-- invalid Unicode characters
internal enum Blah2
{
}
}


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Hello Lothan,

Is it reproducable? I was not able to reproduce it, all worked just fine.

Also, do you have localized version of Windows and/or Visual Studio? What
are language settings in Windows? What is encoding of your source files?

Sincerely,
Ilya Ryzhenkov

JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"


L> I used Move Type on two enumerations embedded in a class and got some
L> really strange results with the release version of ReSharper. Before
L> the move:
L>
L> namespace foo
L> {
L> internal static class bar
L> {
L> internal enum Blah1
L> {
L> }
L> internal enum Blah2
L> {
L> }
L> }
L> }
L> After using Move Type to move the enumerations outside the class:
L>
L> namespace foo
L> {
L> internal static class bar
L> {
L> }
L> internal enum Blah1
L> {
L> ??<-- invalid Unicode characters
L> internal enum Blah2
L> {
L> }
L> }


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Windows Vista SP1 and Visual Studio 2008, all U.S. English with no
additional language packs installed and the project is also U.S. English. I
haven't had a chance to try it with any other projects since I'm stuck
working on a Visual Studio 2003 project for at least the rest of this week,
but I was able to reproduce it a few times on that project.

If it helps, the project was originally created with Visual Studio 2003 and
was updated to Visual Studio 2008. I can't try it on the current project
because it uses some licensed components that don't work with .NET Framework
2.0.

"Ilya Ryzhenkov" <orangy@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
news:76a2bd0b15a38f8ca9de872586e58@news.intellij.net...

Hello Lothan,

>

Is it reproducable? I was not able to reproduce it, all worked just fine.
Also, do you have localized version of Windows and/or Visual Studio? What
are language settings in Windows? What is encoding of your source files?

>

Sincerely,
Ilya Ryzhenkov

>

JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

>
>

L> I used Move Type on two enumerations embedded in a class and got some
L> really strange results with the release version of ReSharper. Before
L> the move:
L> L> namespace foo
L> {
L> internal static class bar
L> {
L> internal enum Blah1
L> {
L> }
L> internal enum Blah2
L> {
L> }
L> }
L> }
L> After using Move Type to move the enumerations outside the class:
L> L> namespace foo
L> {
L> internal static class bar
L> {
L> }
L> internal enum Blah1
L> {
L> ??<-- invalid Unicode characters
L> internal enum Blah2
L> {
L> }
L> }

>

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