Push Down Method -- Not Working!

I'm using Resharper (build 225, 2.0.225.64) in Visual Studio 2003 and I'm findind that the Push Down refactoring isn't working. It brings up the first dialog box -- I select what I want to push down and then on the next screen, when I hit Continue, it never continues...

Is this going to fixed soon? I'm attempting to show Resharper to clients and in some highly visible demos and I really need Push Down to work.

thanks
jk

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Hello Joshua,

Thank you for your feedback. This problem was fixed in build 226.

I'm using Resharper (build 225, 2.0.225.64) in Visual Studio 2003 and
I'm findind that the Push Down refactoring isn't working. It brings
up the first dialog box -- I select what I want to push down and then
on the next screen, when I hit Continue, it never continues...

Is this going to fixed soon? I'm attempting to show Resharper to
clients and in some highly visible demos and I really need Push Down
to work.

thanks
jk

Thanks,
Andrey Simanovsky


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Andrey Simanovsky (JetBrains) wrote:

Hello Joshua,

Thank you for your feedback. This problem was fixed in build 226.



Great -- do I need to do anything special to install it? Like uninstall
225? --jk

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Joshua Kerievsky wrote:

Great -- do I need to do anything special to install it? Like uninstall
225? --jk


Nevermind that question -- I followed the uninstall/reinstall directions
and it is working.

But...

There's a defect. When I ask to push down a method and keep it
"abstract" in the superclass, Resharper fails to turn the method into an
abstract method and doesn't put the "abstract" keyword on the class
declaration.

In addition, it warns me that I'll have to manually fix a caller to the
superclass method, when no such change is necessary.

best
jk

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Yes, please, uninstall 225 and upgrade to 227. Refer to the installation
notes (http://www.jetbrains.net/confluence/display/ReSharper/Download) if
you have any questions.

Andrey Simanovsky (JetBrains) wrote:

>> Hello Joshua,
>>
>> Thank you for your feedback. This problem was fixed in build 226.
>>

Great -- do I need to do anything special to install it? Like
uninstall 225? --jk

Thanks,
Andrey Simanovsky


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Hello Joshua,

Please, submit the request with a sample code fragment to the tracker (http://www.intellij.net/tracker/resharper/).

Joshua Kerievsky wrote:

>> Great -- do I need to do anything special to install it? Like
>> uninstall 225? --jk
>>

Nevermind that question -- I followed the uninstall/reinstall
directions and it is working.

But...

There's a defect. When I ask to push down a method and keep it
"abstract" in the superclass, Resharper fails to turn the method into
an abstract method and doesn't put the "abstract" keyword on the class
declaration.

In addition, it warns me that I'll have to manually fix a caller to
the superclass method, when no such change is necessary.

best
jk

Thanks,
Andrey Simanovsky


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Andrey Simanovsky (JetBrains) wrote:

Hello Joshua,

Please, submit the request with a sample code fragment to the tracker
(http://www.intellij.net/tracker/resharper/).


Done. --jk

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Thank you.

Andrey Simanovsky (JetBrains) wrote:

>> Hello Joshua,
>>
>> Please, submit the request with a sample code fragment to the tracker
>> (http://www.intellij.net/tracker/resharper/).
>>

Done. --jk

Andrey Simanovsky


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