Intellisense doesn't show non generic delegates Follow
While writing some code for a silverlight project I've noticed that Action (without any generic parameters) isn't shown in the list of possible signatures of the context menu. I've captured an image and I've attached to this post. Is this a bug?
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I've noticed the same thing; even though the Silverlight project compiles fine, ReSharper complains about System.Action.
I've also noticed a similar issue with String.IsNullOrWriteSpace (see screenshot).
Both of these issues only exist in Silverlight, they are recognized just fine in .NET Framework 4 projects.
Yes, I can confirm that R# is not playing well with Silverlight projects.
For instance, it also doesn't "know" Contract and its static members...
I didn't really expected to have any problems with SL projects, but it seems like there are still some issues with this kind of projects. Can anyone confirm this?
Hello Luis and Jason
Could you please attach a repro solution? Thank you!
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The "Silverlight Business Application" template can be used to reproduce the issue. I have attached such a solution (look in MainPage.xaml.cs).
Any progress on this issue yet?
Has any progress been made on this issue. When can we expect a response?
This problem is already fixed in ReSharper 5.1 which is available at http://www.jetbrains.com/resharper/download.
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