Code Navigation

Hi guys,

ReSharper (v4) displays code navigation result (e.g. "Go to Definition") in a ObjectBrowser style window. What is fine but I also found that VS way of displaying navigation result in a "metadata" .cs file generated from the assembly reflection info is more convenient as at allows to do searching.

The ideal solution would be to have ability to do both ReSharper and VS native "Go to Definition". However ReSharper takes over VS code navigation and completely prevents user access to it. Is there any way of lunching VS native "Go to Definition" with ReSharpe installed or even disabling ReSharper code navigation.

Any suggestion would be appreciated.

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Hello,

Try View -> Code Definition Window after navigating to Object Browser.


Serge Baltic
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How about the original question? I want VS go to definition back - the Resharper go to definition metadata doesn't show comments.

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Hello Patrick,

The upcoming ReSharper 6 will allow to switch off ReSharper's navigation
to metadata. You can download the early builds of ReSharper 6 from http://tinyurl.com/6jrespl.
In order to switch off navigation open ReSharper | Options | External Sources
and choose 'Default Visual Studio navigation'. Also you can get comments
in ReSharper's metadata view by turning on 'Show XML documentation comments'
option. Thank you!

Andrey Serebryansky
Senior Support Engineer
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

How about the original question? I want VS go to definition back - the
Resharper go to definition metadata doesn't show comments.

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Hello,

How about the original question? I want VS go to definition back - the
Resharper go to definition metadata doesn't show comments.


In R# 5 there's an option (on the External Sources page) to emit XmlDoc comments
in the metadata view.

QuickDoc should also be working.


Serge Baltic
JetBrains, Inc — http://www.jetbrains.com
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