No support for Global.asax?



ReSharper doesn't support the global application class (Global.asax) in web
projects.

Is this planned for the near future?

Cheers -
/gerrod


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"Gerrod Thomas" <gerrod.thomas@gmail.com> wrote in message
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ReSharper doesn't support the global application class (Global.asax) in
web projects.

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Is this planned for the near future?

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Cheers -
/gerrod

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looks at Global.asax.cs in his vs2005 solution How is it not supporting it
in Web Folder projects? (maybe there's something I could be using my
global.asax for that i'm not?)



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Hmm... well, I don't get any R# support in Global.asax... see attached screenshot, note there's no R# gutter (or whatever the sidebar that shows current errors etc. is called). Plus, I get no R# IntelliSense, etc.

Though I note you said global.asax.cs - whereas mine does not have the CS extension...

/gerrod

"Gerrod Thomas" <gerrod.thomas@gmail.com> wrote in message
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>> ReSharper doesn't support the global application class (Global.asax)
>> in web projects.
>>
>> Is this planned for the near future?
>>
>> Cheers -
>> /gerrod

looks at Global.asax.cs in his vs2005 solution How is it not
supporting it in Web Folder projects? (maybe there's something I could
be using my global.asax for that i'm not?)

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Oh.. wait a second, it's magically switched itself on now, after the old
restart-VS-and-delete-all-caches trick.

Hmm... well, I don't get any R# support in Global.asax... see
attached screenshot, note there's no R# gutter (or whatever the
sidebar that shows current errors etc. is called). Plus, I get no R#
IntelliSense, etc.

Though I note you said global.asax.cs - whereas mine does not have the
CS extension...

/gerrod

>> "Gerrod Thomas" <gerrod.thomas@gmail.com> wrote in message
>> news:e5ac20a48ceb8c80c1cfa3fc7fa@news.jetbrains.com...
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>>>
>>>
>>> ReSharper doesn't support the global application class (Global.asax)
>>> in web projects.
>>>
>>> Is this planned for the near future?
>>>
>>> Cheers -
>>> /gerrod
>> looks at Global.asax.cs in his vs2005 solution How is it not
>> supporting it in Web Folder projects? (maybe there's something I
>> could be using my global.asax for that i'm not?)
>>


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Gerrod,
It should work (at least I had implemented it and tests work :) The problem
is that we still do not process events from VS in web projects.
Closing and reopening the file must help.

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Sergey V. Coox
JetBrains, Inc
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"Develop with pleasure!"


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