Couple of simple questions/requests

Hi,

I'm still very new to R# so please excuse me if these are really stupid
questions:

1) How do you do a Find/Replace - equivalent of Ctl-H in VS 2008? I know how
to rename variables Ctl R-R, but I want to change/replace "phrases".
2) How do you get to see an overview/report of all the files that are
flagged with warnings? I know about window Errors View - but I want the
warnings as well. Is the only way to do this by changing the warning level
to "error"?
3) Is there any way of flagging circular references as a warning?
4) When hovering the mouse over a method and the tooltip appears with the
Summary and Exceptions - is there some way of getting the inner text to
appear: If no accounts are passed then throw exception]]>


This is a request. Would it be possible for R# to pull the exceptions in the
method into the XML comments in the same way that it does with parameters?

Thanks
Jeremy

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Hello Jeremy,

The Agent Johnson plugin helps a little with documenting exceptions (and
catching them).

1) When the cursor is over a method invocation, you get a quick fix to document
exceptions thrown by that invocation.
2) When the cursor is on a throw statement, you get a quick fix to document
the exception.

http://code.google.com/p/agentjohnsonplugin/

--Jakob

Hi,

I'm still very new to R# so please excuse me if these are really
stupid questions:

1) How do you do a Find/Replace - equivalent of Ctl-H in VS 2008? I
know how
to rename variables Ctl R-R, but I want to change/replace "phrases".
2) How do you get to see an overview/report of all the files that are
flagged with warnings? I know about window Errors View - but I want
the
warnings as well. Is the only way to do this by changing the warning
level
to "error"?
3) Is there any way of flagging circular references as a warning?
4) When hovering the mouse over a method and the tooltip appears with
the
Summary and Exceptions - is there some way of getting the inner text
to
appear: <exception cref="ArgumentNullException">If no accounts are
passed
then throw exception</exception>
This is a request. Would it be possible for R# to pull the exceptions
in the method into the XML comments in the same way that it does with
parameters?

Thanks
Jeremy



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Hi Jakob

Thanks for that - I'll check it out now

Regards
Jeremy

"Jakob Christensen" <jc@sitecore.net> wrote in message
news:b5a5f1b5e518ca5e13cf42b39b@news.jetbrains.com...

Hello Jeremy,

>

The Agent Johnson plugin helps a little with documenting exceptions (and
catching them).

>

1) When the cursor is over a method invocation, you get a quick fix to
document exceptions thrown by that invocation.
2) When the cursor is on a throw statement, you get a quick fix to
document the exception.

>

http://code.google.com/p/agentjohnsonplugin/

>

--Jakob

>
>> Hi,
>>
>> I'm still very new to R# so please excuse me if these are really
>> stupid questions:
>>
>> 1) How do you do a Find/Replace - equivalent of Ctl-H in VS 2008? I
>> know how
>> to rename variables Ctl R-R, but I want to change/replace "phrases".
>> 2) How do you get to see an overview/report of all the files that are
>> flagged with warnings? I know about window Errors View - but I want
>> the
>> warnings as well. Is the only way to do this by changing the warning
>> level
>> to "error"?
>> 3) Is there any way of flagging circular references as a warning?
>> 4) When hovering the mouse over a method and the tooltip appears with
>> the
>> Summary and Exceptions - is there some way of getting the inner text
>> to
>> appear: If no accounts are >> passed >> then throw exception >> This is a request. Would it be possible for R# to pull the exceptions >> in the method into the XML comments in the same way that it does with >> parameters? >> >> Thanks >> Jeremy >]]>


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Jakob

Just downloaded it - I see it only works for 3.1.
Will you be upgrading it for 4.0?

Looks to be just the ticket.

Thanks
Jeremy


"Jakob Christensen" <jc@sitecore.net> wrote in message
news:b5a5f1b5e518ca5e13cf42b39b@news.jetbrains.com...

Hello Jeremy,

>

The Agent Johnson plugin helps a little with documenting exceptions (and
catching them).

>

1) When the cursor is over a method invocation, you get a quick fix to
document exceptions thrown by that invocation.
2) When the cursor is on a throw statement, you get a quick fix to
document the exception.

>

http://code.google.com/p/agentjohnsonplugin/

>

--Jakob

>
>> Hi,
>>
>> I'm still very new to R# so please excuse me if these are really
>> stupid questions:
>>
>> 1) How do you do a Find/Replace - equivalent of Ctl-H in VS 2008? I
>> know how
>> to rename variables Ctl R-R, but I want to change/replace "phrases".
>> 2) How do you get to see an overview/report of all the files that are
>> flagged with warnings? I know about window Errors View - but I want
>> the
>> warnings as well. Is the only way to do this by changing the warning
>> level
>> to "error"?
>> 3) Is there any way of flagging circular references as a warning?
>> 4) When hovering the mouse over a method and the tooltip appears with
>> the
>> Summary and Exceptions - is there some way of getting the inner text
>> to
>> appear: If no accounts are >> passed >> then throw exception >> This is a request. Would it be possible for R# to pull the exceptions >> in the method into the XML comments in the same way that it does with >> parameters? >> >> Thanks >> Jeremy >]]>


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Hello Jeremy,

Sure - I'll give it a go...

--Jakob

Jakob

Just downloaded it - I see it only works for 3.1.
Will you be upgrading it for 4.0?
Looks to be just the ticket.

Thanks
Jeremy
"Jakob Christensen" <jc@sitecore.net> wrote in message
news:b5a5f1b5e518ca5e13cf42b39b@news.jetbrains.com...

>> Hello Jeremy,
>>
>> The Agent Johnson plugin helps a little with documenting exceptions
>> (and catching them).
>>
>> 1) When the cursor is over a method invocation, you get a quick fix
>> to
>> document exceptions thrown by that invocation.
>> 2) When the cursor is on a throw statement, you get a quick fix to
>> document the exception.
>> http://code.google.com/p/agentjohnsonplugin/
>>
>> --Jakob
>>
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> I'm still very new to R# so please excuse me if these are really
>>> stupid questions:
>>>
>>> 1) How do you do a Find/Replace - equivalent of Ctl-H in VS 2008? I
>>> know how
>>> to rename variables Ctl R-R, but I want to change/replace "phrases".
>>> 2) How do you get to see an overview/report of all the files that
>>> are
>>> flagged with warnings? I know about window Errors View - but I want
>>> the
>>> warnings as well. Is the only way to do this by changing the warning
>>> level
>>> to "error"?
>>> 3) Is there any way of flagging circular references as a warning?
>>> 4) When hovering the mouse over a method and the tooltip appears
>>> with
>>> the
>>> Summary and Exceptions - is there some way of getting the inner text
>>> to
>>> appear: If no accounts are >>> passed >>> then throw exception >>> This is a request. Would it be possible for R# to pull the >>> exceptions >>> in the method into the XML comments in the same way that it does >>> with >>> parameters? >>> Thanks >>>]]> Jeremy


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Hello Jeremy,

I have made the port to v4 and it is available from:

http://code.google.com/p/agentjohnsonplugin/downloads/list

This is the initial port which has not been tested yet.

--Jakob

Hello Jeremy,

Sure - I'll give it a go...

--Jakob

>> Jakob
>>
>> Just downloaded it - I see it only works for 3.1.
>> Will you be upgrading it for 4.0?
>> Looks to be just the ticket.
>> Thanks
>> Jeremy
>> "Jakob Christensen" wrote in message >> news:b5a5f1b5e518ca5e13cf42b39b@news.jetbrains.com... >>> Hello Jeremy, >>> >>> The Agent Johnson plugin helps a little with documenting exceptions >>> (and catching them). >>> >>> 1) When the cursor is over a method invocation, you get a quick fix >>> to >>> document exceptions thrown by that invocation. >>> 2) When the cursor is on a throw statement, you get a quick fix to >>> document the exception. >>> http://code.google.com/p/agentjohnsonplugin/ >>> --Jakob >>> >>>> Hi, >>>> >>>> I'm still very new to R# so please excuse me if these are really >>>> stupid questions: >>>> >>>> 1) How do you do a Find/Replace - equivalent of Ctl-H in VS 2008? I >>>> know how >>>> to rename variables Ctl R-R, but I want to change/replace >>>> "phrases". >>>> 2) How do you get to see an overview/report of all the files that >>>> are >>>> flagged with warnings? I know about window Errors View - but I want >>>> the >>>> warnings as well. Is the only way to do this by changing the >>>> warning >>>> level >>>> to "error"? >>>> 3) Is there any way of flagging circular references as a warning? >>>> 4) When hovering the mouse over a method and the tooltip appears >>>> with >>>> the >>>> Summary and Exceptions - is there some way of getting the inner >>>> text >>>> to >>>> appear: If no accounts are >>>> passed >>>> then throw exception >>>> This is a request. Would it be possible for R# to pull the >>>> exceptions >>>> in the method into the XML comments in the same way that it does >>>> with >>>> parameters? >>>> Thanks >>>>]]> Jeremy


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Hi Jakob

Its installing itself into C:\Program
Files\JetBrains\ReSharper\v3.1\vs9.0\Bin\Plugins which is why I guess R# 4.0
is not picking it up.

- Jeremy


"Jakob Christensen" <jc@sitecore.net> wrote in message
news:b5a5f1b5fa98ca5f027cf0729a@news.jetbrains.com...

Hello Jeremy,

>

I have made the port to v4 and it is available from:

>

http://code.google.com/p/agentjohnsonplugin/downloads/list

>

This is the initial port which has not been tested yet.

>

--Jakob

>
>
>> Hello Jeremy,
>>
>> Sure - I'll give it a go...
>>
>> --Jakob
>>
>>> Jakob
>>>
>>> Just downloaded it - I see it only works for 3.1.
>>> Will you be upgrading it for 4.0?
>>> Looks to be just the ticket.
>>> Thanks
>>> Jeremy
>>> "Jakob Christensen" wrote in message >>> news:b5a5f1b5e518ca5e13cf42b39b@news.jetbrains.com... >>>> Hello Jeremy, >>>> >>>> The Agent Johnson plugin helps a little with documenting exceptions >>>> (and catching them). >>>> >>>> 1) When the cursor is over a method invocation, you get a quick fix >>>> to >>>> document exceptions thrown by that invocation. >>>> 2) When the cursor is on a throw statement, you get a quick fix to >>>> document the exception. >>>> http://code.google.com/p/agentjohnsonplugin/ >>>> --Jakob >>>> >>>>> Hi, >>>>> >>>>> I'm still very new to R# so please excuse me if these are really >>>>> stupid questions: >>>>> >>>>> 1) How do you do a Find/Replace - equivalent of Ctl-H in VS 2008? I >>>>> know how >>>>> to rename variables Ctl R-R, but I want to change/replace >>>>> "phrases". >>>>> 2) How do you get to see an overview/report of all the files that >>>>> are >>>>> flagged with warnings? I know about window Errors View - but I want >>>>> the >>>>> warnings as well. Is the only way to do this by changing the >>>>> warning >>>>> level >>>>> to "error"? >>>>> 3) Is there any way of flagging circular references as a warning? >>>>> 4) When hovering the mouse over a method and the tooltip appears >>>>> with >>>>> the >>>>> Summary and Exceptions - is there some way of getting the inner >>>>> text >>>>> to >>>>> appear: If no accounts are >>>>> passed >>>>> then throw exception >>>>> This is a request. Would it be possible for R# to pull the >>>>> exceptions >>>>> in the method into the XML comments in the same way that it does >>>>> with >>>>> parameters? >>>>> Thanks >>>>> Jeremy >]]>


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Hello Jeremy,

I have fixed the installation path.

It now installs in JetBrains\Resharper\v4.0\v.Everything\Bin\Plugins\Agent
Johnson which is where my Resharper is installed.

However the "v.Everything" folder is a bit weird and I can see that previous
builds of Resharper installed in a "v9.0" folder.

Please check where your Resharper is installed.

--Jakob

Hi Jakob

Its installing itself into C:\Program
Files\JetBrains\ReSharper\v3.1\vs9.0\Bin\Plugins which is why I guess
R# 4.0 is not picking it up.

- Jeremy

"Jakob Christensen" <jc@sitecore.net> wrote in message
news:b5a5f1b5fa98ca5f027cf0729a@news.jetbrains.com...

>> Hello Jeremy,
>>
>> I have made the port to v4 and it is available from:
>>
>> http://code.google.com/p/agentjohnsonplugin/downloads/list
>>
>> This is the initial port which has not been tested yet.
>>
>> --Jakob
>>
>>> Hello Jeremy,
>>>
>>> Sure - I'll give it a go...
>>>
>>> --Jakob
>>>
>>>> Jakob
>>>>
>>>> Just downloaded it - I see it only works for 3.1.
>>>> Will you be upgrading it for 4.0?
>>>> Looks to be just the ticket.
>>>> Thanks
>>>> Jeremy
>>>> "Jakob Christensen" wrote in message >>>> news:b5a5f1b5e518ca5e13cf42b39b@news.jetbrains.com... >>>>> Hello Jeremy, >>>>> >>>>> The Agent Johnson plugin helps a little with documenting >>>>> exceptions (and catching them). >>>>> >>>>> 1) When the cursor is over a method invocation, you get a quick >>>>> fix >>>>> to >>>>> document exceptions thrown by that invocation. >>>>> 2) When the cursor is on a throw statement, you get a quick fix to >>>>> document the exception. >>>>> http://code.google.com/p/agentjohnsonplugin/ >>>>> --Jakob >>>>>> Hi, >>>>>> >>>>>> I'm still very new to R# so please excuse me if these are really >>>>>> stupid questions: >>>>>> >>>>>> 1) How do you do a Find/Replace - equivalent of Ctl-H in VS 2008? >>>>>> I >>>>>> know how >>>>>> to rename variables Ctl R-R, but I want to change/replace >>>>>> "phrases". >>>>>> 2) How do you get to see an overview/report of all the files that >>>>>> are >>>>>> flagged with warnings? I know about window Errors View - but I >>>>>> want >>>>>> the >>>>>> warnings as well. Is the only way to do this by changing the >>>>>> warning >>>>>> level >>>>>> to "error"? >>>>>> 3) Is there any way of flagging circular references as a warning? >>>>>> 4) When hovering the mouse over a method and the tooltip appears >>>>>> with >>>>>> the >>>>>> Summary and Exceptions - is there some way of getting the inner >>>>>> text >>>>>> to >>>>>> appear: If no accounts >>>>>> are >>>>>> passed >>>>>> then throw exception >>>>>> This is a request. Would it be possible for R# to pull the >>>>>> exceptions >>>>>> in the method into the XML comments in the same way that it does >>>>>> with >>>>>> parameters? >>>>>> Thanks >>>>>>]]> Jeremy


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