Strange Property generation in VB

I wnat to generate properties for some of my private members. The member variables are declared as follows:

Dim mVersionsNr As Integer
Dim mVersionTyp as Integer
...

I expect that R# generates following code (like in C#):

Public Property VersionsNr() As Integer
...
End Property

But R# generates:

Public Property MVersionsNrProperty() As Integer
...
End Property

I remember there where a setting in the options dialog in former R# versions to control the behavior but i can't find it anymore. Did anyone know how i can change the naming behavior?

I'm using R# 4.5 build 1275.

Regards
Klaus

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Hello,

I remember there where a setting in the options dialog in former R#
versions to control the behavior but i can't find it anymore.


See "Naming Style" pages in R# options.

Options / Languages / Common / Naming Style is for the common settings, and
Options / Languages / C# / C# Naming Style, Options / Languages / Visual
Basic .NET / VB Naming Style are language specific.


Serge Baltic
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i controlled the settings and see my mistake. I leaved the pattern for private instance fields at the default value (_lowerCamelCase) and named my private fields by the pattern "mUpperCamelCase". This happens if you work on a notebook and on a desktop and don't syncronize the R# settings

Thanks for the hint

Klaus

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