Atrribute parameters - Feature Request maybe

I apologize in advance if I have missed a current feature or missed an earlier post on this topic...

I attempted to use R# to show me the list of settable properties for a given Attribute. These can be set in the "constructor" as in the following example:

[MyAttributeAttribute( MyProperty = "FOO" )]

R# doesn't seem to have a key sequence to display the properties of the attribute. This very reasonable and I imagine it breaks the paradigm of the Space/Shift+Space sequences.

A nice future feature would show both the ctor signature(s) as well as some interface for all settable properties.

Thank you! (Praise below)

Ed Chapel


JetBrains: Thank you so much for developing a tool that is more than functional and raises the bar for development environments. It's not until I move to a machine without R# that I realize much I depend on it and how easily I adopted it. I am an R# evangelist.

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Ed,

This feature is already implemented in 2.0

Oleg Stepanov
Software Developer
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

Ed Chapel wrote:

I apologize in advance if I have missed a current feature or missed an earlier post on this topic...

I attempted to use R# to show me the list of settable properties for a given Attribute. These can be set in the "constructor" as in the following example:

[MyAttributeAttribute( MyProperty = "FOO" )]

R# doesn't seem to have a key sequence to display the properties of the attribute. This very reasonable and I imagine it breaks the paradigm of the Space/Shift+Space sequences.

A nice future feature would show both the ctor signature(s) as well as some interface for all settable properties.

Thank you! (Praise below)

Ed Chapel


JetBrains: Thank you so much for developing a tool that is more than functional and raises the bar for development environments. It's not until I move to a machine without R# that I realize much I depend on it and how easily I adopted it. I am an R# evangelist.

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Hello Ed,

Thank you for using ReSharper!

I apologize in advance if I have missed a current feature or missed an
earlier post on this topic...

I attempted to use R# to show me the list of settable properties for a
given Attribute. These can be set in the "constructor" as in the
following example:

[MyAttributeAttribute( MyProperty = "FOO" )]


This feature will be available in ReSharper 2.0.


R# doesn't seem to have a key sequence to display the properties of
the attribute. This very reasonable and I imagine it breaks the
paradigm of the Space/Shift+Space sequences.

A nice future feature would show both the ctor signature(s) as well as
some interface for all settable properties.

Thank you! (Praise below)

Ed Chapel

JetBrains: Thank you so much for developing a tool that is more than
functional and raises the bar for development environments. It's not
until I move to a machine without R# that I realize much I depend on
it and how easily I adopted it. I am an R# evangelist.




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Hello Oleg,

Ed,

This feature is already implemented in 2.0


As noted, it'll be in 2.0 .... and current customers will upgrade for FREE.

Best,

David Stennett
JetBrains, Inc.


Oleg Stepanov
Software Developer
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"
Ed Chapel wrote:

>> I apologize in advance if I have missed a current feature or missed
>> an earlier post on this topic...
>>
>> I attempted to use R# to show me the list of settable properties for
>> a given Attribute. These can be set in the "constructor" as in the
>> following example:
>>
>> [MyAttributeAttribute( MyProperty = "FOO" )]
>>
>> R# doesn't seem to have a key sequence to display the properties of
>> the attribute. This very reasonable and I imagine it breaks the
>> paradigm of the Space/Shift+Space sequences.
>>
>> A nice future feature would show both the ctor signature(s) as well
>> as some interface for all settable properties.
>>
>> Thank you! (Praise below)
>>
>> Ed Chapel
>>
>> JetBrains: Thank you so much for developing a tool that is more than
>> functional and raises the bar for development environments. It's not
>> until I move to a machine without R# that I realize much I depend on
>> it and how easily I adopted it. I am an R# evangelist.
>>



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Great! Thanks so much!!

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