Agent Smith and R# 6

Now that I have embarked on the sixth chapter of
the Resharper enterprise:
What is happening or rather not happening with Agent Smith?
This fine add-on has yet to appear for R# 6.x and I would hate to reinstall R# 5.1.
Are there perhaps other free spell-checkers that integrate with R# out there?

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I have found that for VS2010 at least, the SpellChecker extension (available from the VS Gallery) provides more and possibly better implementations.

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It (Spellchecker v 2.23 from VS Gallery) installed fine but does nothing. I have no other add-ons or extensions enabled (except R# of course).

I would like for it to work so any suggestions are welcome. My hunch is that it is less ambitious than agent Smith which may be a good thing.

I uninstalled it and reinstalled it to no avail.

I uninstalled R# EAP but still no spelling errors even when I use the very example 'fibonacci'.

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It only spell-checks strings and comments.

I wish it would automatically pick up class names and method names and
scoped variable names though.

But it works fine for me otherwise.  I just have a very large "ignore"
dictionary.



"Peter Hegelund"  wrote in message
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It (Spellchecker v 2.23 from VS Gallery) installed fine but does nothing. I
have no other add-ons or extensions enabled (except R# of course).

I would like for it to work so any suggestions are welcome. My hunch is that
it is less ambitious than agent Smith which may be a good thing.

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I find the most annoying thing about SpellChecker (which Agent Smith did better) is that there's no way to disable spellchecking for strings you know are going to be spelt wrong (eg filenames, resource keys, etc). Agent Smith let you ignore "@" verbatim string literals which was great.

I also miss Agent Smith's XML comment checking.

EDIT: lol I needed to spell check my post about spell checks :)

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