autocomplete problems

Hi guys,

I tried to declare a simple instance of string named "n". Since ReSharper 4 this becomes a tedious undertaking :) As soon as I type "n", ReSharper inserts the template for "nguid".

in order to reproduce, create a class in C# and declare

string n = "...";

exp: no change of code
act: n is being replaced with nguid as soon as you type the space after "n".

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Hello,

We appreciate your feedback. The corresponding JIRA request has been created,
and you are welcome to monitor its status at http://www.jetbrains.net/jira/browse/RSRP-60160.

You may want to check our request tracking policy here: http://www.jetbrains.net/confluence/display/ReSharper/ReSharperIssueTracker

Best regards,
- Development Team.


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Hello Ilya,

tx.


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For what it's worth, I experience this issue all the time when writing LINQ
queries using the new syntax, e.g. "from o in ...", the 'o' gets expanded to
'object'. I initially wrote it off as a symptom of LINQ not being fully
supported yet, but I've since experienced it in other scenarios like the one
you've described.

Mike

"hflick" <no_replay@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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Hi guys,

>

I tried to declare a simple instance of string named "n". Since ReSharper
4 this becomes a tedious undertaking :) As soon as I type "n", ReSharper
inserts the template for "nguid".

>

in order to reproduce, create a class in C# and declare

>

string n = "...";

>

exp: no change of code
act: n is being replaced with nguid as soon as you type the space after
"n".


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Hello Mike,

In LINQ it is indeed just not ready yet. In other places such behavior is
a bug.

Sincerely,
Ilya Ryzhenkov

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


MS> For what it's worth, I experience this issue all the time when
MS> writing LINQ queries using the new syntax, e.g. "from o in ...", the
MS> 'o' gets expanded to 'object'. I initially wrote it off as a
MS> symptom of LINQ not being fully supported yet, but I've since
MS> experienced it in other scenarios like the one you've described.
MS>
MS> Mike
MS>
MS> "hflick" <no_replay@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
MS> news:18881206.1204621907598.JavaMail.itn@is.intellij.net...
MS>
>> Hi guys,
>>
>> I tried to declare a simple instance of string named "n". Since
>> ReSharper 4 this becomes a tedious undertaking :) As soon as I type
>> "n", ReSharper inserts the template for "nguid".
>>
>> in order to reproduce, create a class in C# and declare
>>
>> string n = "...";
>>
>> exp: no change of code
>> act: n is being replaced with nguid as soon as you type the space
>> after
>> "n".


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