Issues with custom / structural templates

Hello,

I take a look on ReSharper6's possibliyties with structural templates.

I spend nearly a day but I can't get running this little example in VB.NET

<?xml version="1.0"?>
-<CustomPatterns>
     -<Pattern Language="VBASIC" ShortenReferences="True" FormatAfterReplace="True" Severity="ERROR">
          <Comment>Change me</Comment>
          <ReplaceComment>Refactor to newCall()</ReplaceComment>
          <ReplacePattern>newCall($para$)</ReplacePattern>
          <SearchPattern>oldCall($para$)</SearchPattern>
      <Params/>
-<Placeholders>
<ArgumentPlaceholder Maximal="1" Minimal="1" Name="para"/> </Placeholders> </Pattern> </CustomPatterns>

Codelines match this pattern are mark as expected, but when I click on the context menu nothing happens. The tooltip / context menu show me again the hint that I can refactor my oldCall.

When I try this example with C# everything work fine, so I want to ask if there are known problems with vb.

I use the german version of visual studio ultimate 2010.

Regards,
Markus

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I try R# 6.1 but the problem is still there. The difference is, that I get an error message with this version:

Unexpected operand type Jetbrains.Resharper.Psi.VB.Impl.Tree.PositionArgument

One more think: In the preview tooltip I can always see the expected result ?:|

Regards and thanks for any help,
Markus

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Hello again,

here is a little video, see someone what do I wrong?



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Hello Markus
     You're doing everything correct. This seems to be a bug in ReSharper. I've logged it under http://youtrack.jetbrains.net/issue/RSRP-283702, so you can monitor its status. Thank you!

Andrey Serebryansky

Senior Support Engineer

JetBrains, Inc

http://www.jetbrains.com

"Develop with pleasure!"

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Markus,

thanks for reporting this issue, it's fixed. Fix will be available in next EAP build.

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Hello Victor,

sorry, but I must inform you that the bug isn't fix!


I try out the EAP from 4th of December and get the same error message.

Under these circumstances resharper is usesless for VB programmers :(

I hope you find a solution in the future.

Regards,
Markus

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