I'm playing around with fluent interfaces and found various sites that show how to use EditorBrowsableAttribute and EditorBrowsableState.Never to hide the standard object members ToString(), GetType() and the like.
VS2010 does not honour that attribute if you are either inside the same assembly or add a project reference (as opposed to a reference to the compiled dll) to the code decorated with the attribute.
Nor does ReSharper v5.1.1 as it seems. Although I found the appropriate settings in ReSharper -> Options -> IntelliSense -> Completion Appearance -> Filter Members by [EditorBrowsable] attribute it keeps showing me the members decorated with the attribute (no matter wether I am inside the same assembly or another, I did not bother trying to reference the compiled dll).
Does this function have the same limitations as IntelliSense? Am I missing something?
Thanks for your help!