Any news on Beta 2 EAP?

I'm trying to find all methods that override a base method, and it is painful.
I'm really looking forward to the EAP.

Real Soon Now?

Anxiously (and somewhat patiently) waiting,

Brian Button
bbutton@agilestl.com



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I'm trying to find all methods that override a base method, and it is
painful.


What's bad with this feature?

I'm really looking forward to the EAP.

Real Soon Now?

Anxiously (and somewhat patiently) waiting,


We are working hard on openning EAP in May.

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

I'm trying to find all methods that override a base method, and it is
painful. I'm really looking forward to the EAP.

Real Soon Now?

Anxiously (and somewhat patiently) waiting,

Brian Button
bbutton@agilestl.com




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I think that the only bad thing is that it is not available in VS 2005..

>> I'm trying to find all methods that override a base method, and it is
>> painful.
>>

What's bad with this feature?

>> I'm really looking forward to the EAP.
>>
>> Real Soon Now?
>>
>> Anxiously (and somewhat patiently) waiting,
>>

We are working hard on openning EAP in May.

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

>> I'm trying to find all methods that override a base method, and it is
>> painful. I'm really looking forward to the EAP.
>>
>> Real Soon Now?
>>
>> Anxiously (and somewhat patiently) waiting,
>>
>> Brian Button
>> bbutton@agilestl.com
Thanks,
Andrey Simanovsky


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Hello Andrey,

I think that the only bad thing is that it is not available in VS
2005..


That would be the reason :) The best I've found was to open up a class diagram
for the base class I'm looking at, have it display all its derived classes,
and look for overridden methods. This ignores any grandchildren of the base
class, which I'd have to find by hand. There is no one-button way to say,
"find all overriding methods for this base method".

bab



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Hello Brian,

Hello Andrey,

>> I think that the only bad thing is that it is not available in VS
>> 2005..
>>

That would be the reason :) The best I've found was to open up a class
diagram for the base class I'm looking at, have it display all its
derived classes, and look for overridden methods. This ignores any
grandchildren of the base class, which I'd have to find by hand. There
is no one-button way to say, "find all overriding methods for this
base method".


A good point for a "Why you would want to use ReSharper with Visual Studio
2005?" quiz.:)


bab

Thanks,
Andrey Simanovsky


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Valentin,

May is now over. Any news on the EAP for VS2005 Beta 2?

DevExpress (aka CodeRush and Refactor Pro!) are claiming to have something
working on Beta 2... but I'd rather stay with you guys.

Please give us some good news!

---
Peter Provost
Weblog: http://www.peterprovost.org/

>> I'm trying to find all methods that override a base method, and it is
>> painful.
>>

What's bad with this feature?

>> I'm really looking forward to the EAP.
>>
>> Real Soon Now?
>>
>> Anxiously (and somewhat patiently) waiting,
>>

We are working hard on openning EAP in May.

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

>> I'm trying to find all methods that override a base method, and it is
>> painful. I'm really looking forward to the EAP.
>>
>> Real Soon Now?
>>
>> Anxiously (and somewhat patiently) waiting,
>>
>> Brian Button
>> bbutton@agilestl.com



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the tracker has around 30 odd bugs for 2.0 eap. i think they'll probably resolve them before launching an eap.

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