I'm not sure when it happened as I've not created that many new classes recently (and when I did I was too busy to look into why this no longer worked), but a few versions ago of Resharper/StyleCop (for resharper) if you created a new class file and omited a file header comment block at the top and had SA1633 (FileMustHaveHeader) enabled in StyleCop, you got a quick fix helper like the one in this screenshot
(screenshot taken from the Resharper blog page: http://blogs.jetbrains.com/dotnet/2010/12/automating-file-header-information-with-resharper/)
(Similarly, if the company name or copyright notice did not match the StyleCop company name/copyright notice I believe there was a quick fix that fixed that up for you)
Has this been removed, or has my installation gone awry?
If it's been removed, can I assume it was for technical reasons and it is slated to come back?
If it is my installation, does anyone know how I can resolve it?
Or should I be asking this on the StyleCop forums instead? (I don't think so as StyleCop is more about reporting the problems than fixing them, but I may be wrong)
I'm hoping it's still there and it's just a problem with my installation. I've even tried reinstalling both R# and StyleCop just in case that fixed it, but alas no!
BTW I know it's possible to add/update the header using a Code Cleanup, but I don't really want to perform a full code cleanup just to add/update a file header when a simple Alt-Enter, Enter used to do it (and without the fear of it also trampling over other aspects of your code)
Resharper version: 6.1.1000.82 (C# Edition)
StyleCop version: v4.7.1000.0