Same coloring bug with reserved "this()", "base", "base()", "get" and "set"

Dear ReSharper Team,

I remember the little bug with coloring the reserved words (when the
coloring scheme is set closely to one represented natively by VS) there was
the bug with "string", "double" etc. Now there is the same with reserved
words that I count in the message theme. Just change the ReSharper method
coloring to black (like in VS default scheme) and you'll see it.

Best regads,
Evgeny Bobrov.


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Evgeny,

I see this problem only with base () and this () constructor calls - they
are currently highlighted as if they were
type references (I've added a request for this:
http://www.intellij.net/tracker/resharper/viewSCR?publicId=4240).
As for 'get' and 'set', these are not reserved words really, and so we
highlight them as methods whenever they designate property accessors.

"Evgeny" <hub@ukr.net> wrote in message news:cdqc3t$hfo$1@is.intellij.net...

Dear ReSharper Team,

>

I remember the little bug with coloring the reserved words (when the
coloring scheme is set closely to one represented natively by VS) there
was
the bug with "string", "double" etc. Now there is the same with reserved
words that I count in the message theme. Just change the ReSharper method
coloring to black (like in VS default scheme) and you'll see it.

>

Best regads,
Evgeny Bobrov.

>



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I do not like the VS keyword highlighting. I think highlighting predefined
types, this and base is useless. In place of them one can use any
identifier. These keywords do not denote any specific syntactic structure of
the code like, for example, 'foreach' does.

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"Dmitry Shaporenkov (JetBrains)" <dsha@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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Evgeny,

>

I see this problem only with base () and this () constructor calls - they
are currently highlighted as if they were
type references (I've added a request for this:
http://www.intellij.net/tracker/resharper/viewSCR?publicId=4240).
As for 'get' and 'set', these are not reserved words really, and so we
highlight them as methods whenever they designate property accessors.

>

"Evgeny" <hub@ukr.net> wrote in message

news:cdqc3t$hfo$1@is.intellij.net...

Dear ReSharper Team,

>

I remember the little bug with coloring the reserved words (when the
coloring scheme is set closely to one represented natively by VS) there
was
the bug with "string", "double" etc. Now there is the same with reserved
words that I count in the message theme. Just change the ReSharper

method

coloring to black (like in VS default scheme) and you'll see it.

>

Best regads,
Evgeny Bobrov.

>
>

>
>


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"add" and "remove" modifiers are also not highlighted correctly for event
declaration...

Regards,
Chepel.

"Evgeny" <hub@ukr.net> wrote in message news:cdqc3t$hfo$1@is.intellij.net...

Dear ReSharper Team,

>

I remember the little bug with coloring the reserved words (when the
coloring scheme is set closely to one represented natively by VS) there

was

the bug with "string", "double" etc. Now there is the same with reserved
words that I count in the message theme. Just change the ReSharper method
coloring to black (like in VS default scheme) and you'll see it.

>

Best regads,
Evgeny Bobrov.

>
>


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"add" and "remove" are also not reserved words, and they are highlighted as
method names.

"Chepel" <net@net.net> wrote in message news:ce286d$s4$1@is.intellij.net...

"add" and "remove" modifiers are also not highlighted correctly for event
declaration...

>

Regards,
Chepel.

>

"Evgeny" <hub@ukr.net> wrote in message
news:cdqc3t$hfo$1@is.intellij.net...

>> Dear ReSharper Team,
>>
>> I remember the little bug with coloring the reserved words (when the
>> coloring scheme is set closely to one represented natively by VS) there

was

>> the bug with "string", "double" etc. Now there is the same with reserved
>> words that I count in the message theme. Just change the ReSharper method
>> coloring to black (like in VS default scheme) and you'll see it.
>>
>> Best regads,
>> Evgeny Bobrov.
>>
>>
>



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I agree, they're not a keywords. But they're not a 'clear' methods as well
(method prefixes, perhaps =)...
Anyway, besides this question, wouldn't it be nice to have a separate
coloring option for access modifiers (get/set/add/remove)?
Something like 'ReSharper Access Modifier'...

Thanks,
Chepel


"Dmitry Shaporenkov (JetBrains)" <dsha@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
news:ce2bba$fi9$1@is.intellij.net...

"add" and "remove" are also not reserved words, and they are highlighted

as

method names.

>

"Chepel" <net@net.net> wrote in message

news:ce286d$s4$1@is.intellij.net...

"add" and "remove" modifiers are also not highlighted correctly for

event

declaration...

>

Regards,
Chepel.

>

"Evgeny" <hub@ukr.net> wrote in message
news:cdqc3t$hfo$1@is.intellij.net...

>> Dear ReSharper Team,
>>
>> I remember the little bug with coloring the reserved words (when the
>> coloring scheme is set closely to one represented natively by VS) there

was

>> the bug with "string", "double" etc. Now there is the same with

reserved

>> words that I count in the message theme. Just change the ReSharper

method

>> coloring to black (like in VS default scheme) and you'll see it.
>>
>> Best regads,
>> Evgeny Bobrov.
>>
>>
>
>

>
>


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Chepel,

could you please submit this as a feature request to out tracker?

"Chepel" <net@net.net> wrote in message news:ce3hp5$3gg$1@is.intellij.net...
>I agree, they're not a keywords. But they're not a 'clear' methods as well

(method prefixes, perhaps =)...
Anyway, besides this question, wouldn't it be nice to have a separate
coloring option for access modifiers (get/set/add/remove)?
Something like 'ReSharper Access Modifier'...

>

Thanks,
Chepel

>
>

"Dmitry Shaporenkov (JetBrains)" <dsha@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
news:ce2bba$fi9$1@is.intellij.net...

>> "add" and "remove" are also not reserved words, and they are highlighted

as

>> method names.
>>
>> "Chepel" <net@net.net> wrote in message

news:ce286d$s4$1@is.intellij.net...

>> > "add" and "remove" modifiers are also not highlighted correctly for

event

>> > declaration...
>> >
>> > Regards,
>> > Chepel.
>> >
>> > "Evgeny" <hub@ukr.net> wrote in message
>> > news:cdqc3t$hfo$1@is.intellij.net...
>> >> Dear ReSharper Team,
>> >>
>> >> I remember the little bug with coloring the reserved words (when the
>> >> coloring scheme is set closely to one represented natively by VS)
>> >> there
>> > was
>> >> the bug with "string", "double" etc. Now there is the same with

reserved

>> >> words that I count in the message theme. Just change the ReSharper

method

>> >> coloring to black (like in VS default scheme) and you'll see it.
>> >>
>> >> Best regads,
>> >> Evgeny Bobrov.
>> >>
>> >>
>> >
>> >
>>
>>
>



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