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This happens with more files. Looks like R# puts its hands off of files that
are dependent on other files. I have seen this with files in a normal
project that have a sub element like one of the following in the element: EmployeeDto.xsd Component How this is registered in web sites (not having a project file anymore), I don't know. The idea is probably that this code is generated and should not be edited hope this helps, Erwin "Amir Kolsky" ]]> schreef in bericht
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Is there a reason why I can't Reformat Code in asmx.cs files?

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Well, the winform generated code you can modify... There's no reason why
it can't be done on the other aspx.cs/asmx.cs files... After all, you don't
change the semantics of the code...

This happens with more files. Looks like R# puts its hands off of
files that are dependent on other files. I have seen this with files
in a normal project that have a sub element like one of the following
in the <compile> element:

<DependentUpon>EmployeeDto.xsd</DependentUpon>
<SubType>Component</SubType>
How this is registered in web sites (not having a project file
anymore), I don't know. The idea is probably that this code is
generated and should not be edited

hope this helps,
Erwin
"Amir Kolsky" <amir@xpandsoft.com> schreef in bericht
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Is there a reason why I can't Reformat Code in asmx.cs files?


How can I create such file to check it?

Valentin Kipiatkov
Chief Scientist, Vice President of Product Development
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

Is there a reason why I can't Reformat Code in asmx.cs files?



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I could not reproduce it. "Reformat Code" works for me on ".aspx.cs" files.
I checked under VS2005 and build #225. What version of VisualStudio do you
mean?

Valentin Kipiatkov
Chief Scientist, Vice President of Product Development
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

This happens with more files. Looks like R# puts its hands off of
files that are dependent on other files. I have seen this with files
in a normal project that have a sub element like one of the following
in the <compile> element:

<DependentUpon>EmployeeDto.xsd</DependentUpon>
<SubType>Component</SubType>
How this is registered in web sites (not having a project file
anymore), I don't know. The idea is probably that this code is
generated and should not be edited

hope this helps,
Erwin
"Amir Kolsky" <amir@xpandsoft.com> schreef in bericht
news:1447920b798c8c806855019dc26@news.jetbrains.com...

>> Is there a reason why I can't Reformat Code in asmx.cs files?
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