To-do Explorer

Can you add the assembly name and file name to the To-do Explorer? This
primary reason I am asking is because this would be useful information to
help determine how to prioritize the items. It would even be helpful to be
able to sort these items by assembly and/or file name.

The secondary reason I am asking is because some of these items are not
clickable (e.g. "Note: would likely use an anonymous inner object instead of
a reference") and I haven't a clue where this item originates (e.g. I can't
find it in any of my assemblies).

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Duh! Never mind, I just figured out that I can click Group by: Namespaces
and Types to see a hierarchical list of items. The one odd entity I
mentioned below is coming from an odd : (1 item) Note: would likely use an anonymous inner object instead of a reference I have no idea where this note is coming from because it isn't in any of my assemblies and it doesn't do anything when I double click on it. "Lothan" ]]> wrote in message
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Can you add the assembly name and file name to the To-do Explorer? This
primary reason I am asking is because this would be useful information to
help determine how to prioritize the items. It would even be helpful to be
able to sort these items by assembly and/or file name.

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The secondary reason I am asking is because some of these items are not
clickable (e.g. "Note: would likely use an anonymous inner object instead
of a reference") and I haven't a clue where this item originates (e.g. I
can't find it in any of my assemblies).


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Hello Lothan,

If you happen to find where this odd item originates from, please tell us.
You could try Find in Files to search for this text. Thanks.

Sincerely,
Ilya Ryzhenkov

JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"


L> Duh! Never mind, I just figured out that I can click Group by:
L> Namespaces and Types to see a hierarchical list of items. The one odd
L> entity I mentioned below is coming from an odd : L> L> (1 item) L> Note: would likely use an anonymous inner object instead of a L> reference L> I have no idea where this note is coming from because it isn't in any L> of my assemblies and it doesn't do anything when I double click on L> it. L> L> "Lothan" wrote in message L> news:fmdvo2$id$1@is.intellij.net... L> >> Can you add the assembly name and file name to the To-do Explorer? >> This primary reason I am asking is because this would be useful >> information to help determine how to prioritize the items. It would >> even be helpful to be able to sort these items by assembly and/or >> file name. >> >> The secondary reason I am asking is because some of these items are >> not clickable (e.g. "Note: would likely use an anonymous inner object >> instead of a reference") and I haven't a clue where this item >> originates (e.g. I can't find it in any of my assemblies). >>]]>


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