Linq Support?

Dear Sir,

Does v3.0.2 support linq syntax and extension method??
I have tested it....it won't work....
moreover, it also don't know some keyword of c# 3.0, such as "var" .....

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Hello Jason,

The 3.0.x builds only support C# 2.0, though you can install them for "Orcas".
The C# 3.0 language support will be a major feature of 4.0 release. We hope
to deliver first EAP bits of ReSharper 4.0 this Fall.

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

Dear Sir,

Does v3.0.2 support linq syntax and extension method??
I have tested it....it won't work....
moreover, it also don't know some keyword of c# 3.0, such as "var"
.....



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I know a whole lot of developers looking forward to the 3.0 language
support. No pressure though....

/qb

Oleg Stepanov wrote:

Hello Jason,

The 3.0.x builds only support C# 2.0, though you can install them for
"Orcas". The C# 3.0 language support will be a major feature of 4.0
release. We hope to deliver first EAP bits of ReSharper 4.0 this Fall.

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

>> Dear Sir,
>>
>> Does v3.0.2 support linq syntax and extension method??
>> I have tested it....it won't work....
>> moreover, it also don't know some keyword of c# 3.0, such as "var"
>> .....


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I am not using Resharper currently because I do so much work with
lambdas and extension methods these days. I miss Resharper!

John Kordyback wrote:

I know a whole lot of developers looking forward to the 3.0 language
support. No pressure though....

/qb

Oleg Stepanov wrote:

>> Hello Jason,
>>
>> The 3.0.x builds only support C# 2.0, though you can install them for
>> "Orcas". The C# 3.0 language support will be a major feature of 4.0
>> release. We hope to deliver first EAP bits of ReSharper 4.0 this Fall.
>>
>> Oleg Stepanov
>> Software Developer
>> JetBrains, Inc
>> http://www.jetbrains.com
>> "Develop with pleasure!"
>>
>>> Dear Sir,
>>>
>>> Does v3.0.2 support linq syntax and extension method??
>>> I have tested it....it won't work....
>>> moreover, it also don't know some keyword of c# 3.0, such as "var"
>>> .....
>>
>>

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It would be great if R# could leave VS2008 intact (use the original VS
intellisense) for C# 3.0 projects but would still work for the older 2.0
projects...

Wiebe Tijsma

Justin Dunlap wrote:

I am not using Resharper currently because I do so much work with
lambdas and extension methods these days. I miss Resharper!

John Kordyback wrote:

>> I know a whole lot of developers looking forward to the 3.0 language
>> support. No pressure though....
>>
>> /qb
>>
>> Oleg Stepanov wrote:
>>> Hello Jason,
>>>
>>> The 3.0.x builds only support C# 2.0, though you can install them
>>> for "Orcas". The C# 3.0 language support will be a major feature of
>>> 4.0 release. We hope to deliver first EAP bits of ReSharper 4.0 this
>>> Fall.
>>>
>>> Oleg Stepanov
>>> Software Developer
>>> JetBrains, Inc
>>> http://www.jetbrains.com
>>> "Develop with pleasure!"
>>>
>>>> Dear Sir,
>>>>
>>>> Does v3.0.2 support linq syntax and extension method??
>>>> I have tested it....it won't work....
>>>> moreover, it also don't know some keyword of c# 3.0, such as "var"
>>>> .....
>>>
>>>

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"Wiebe Tijsma" <wiebeREMOVE@CAPITALStijsma.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
news:fbp146$kce$1@is.intellij.net...

It would be great if R# could leave VS2008 intact (use the original VS
intellisense) for C# 3.0 projects but would still work for the older 2.0
projects...


They are no C# 3.0 Projects. Only Projects for specific framework versions.

You can write with C# 3.0 for the .NET 2.0 Framework. Yes, this is a
supported feature. LINQ is currently not supported, but possible under 2.0
(SP1).

You can manually switch on the VS Intellisense in the R# Options Dialog.

--
Regards

Albert Weinert
MVP Visual Developer ASP.NET

http://der-albert.com

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Oww? I didn't know that sorry, now that I look at it Intellisense does
allow C# 3.0 syntax in .NET 2.0 project. Weird.

But you probably do understand what I mean. Depending on which
framework/compiler you're targeting R# could be automatically disabled
or enabled.

To be honest, I didn't have the possibilities yet to work with Orcas
Beta 2 much.

Thanks & Best Regards,

Wiebe Tijsma.

Albert Weinert wrote:

"Wiebe Tijsma" <wiebeREMOVE@CAPITALStijsma.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
news:fbp146$kce$1@is.intellij.net...

>> It would be great if R# could leave VS2008 intact (use the original VS
>> intellisense) for C# 3.0 projects but would still work for the older
>> 2.0 projects...


They are no C# 3.0 Projects. Only Projects for specific framework versions.

You can write with C# 3.0 for the .NET 2.0 Framework. Yes, this is a
supported feature. LINQ is currently not supported, but possible under
2.0 (SP1).

You can manually switch on the VS Intellisense in the R# Options Dialog.

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"Wiebe Tijsma" <wiebeREMOVE@CAPITALStijsma.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
news:fbpae4$u5s$1@is.intellij.net...

Oww? I didn't know that sorry, now that I look at it Intellisense does

allow C# 3.0 syntax in .NET 2.0 project. Weird.


Not wierd.

C# 3.0 is a Programming-Language, .NET 2.0 is a Framework. C#3.0 does not
need a new CLR (Common Language Runtime).

The C# 3.0 (and VB 9.0) features (extension Methods, anonymous objects etc.)
are only "syntactic sugar" ;), LINQ is again syntactic on top of that :)

--
Regards

Albert Weinert
MVP Visual Developer ASP.NET

http://der-albert.com

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Wow, that's like programming with mittens on. Personally I would commit
murder without ReSharper - I just turn it off when I'm doing LINQ stuff.

Hang in there.

/qb

Justin Dunlap wrote:

I am not using Resharper currently because I do so much work with
lambdas and extension methods these days. I miss Resharper!

John Kordyback wrote:

>> I know a whole lot of developers looking forward to the 3.0 language
>> support. No pressure though....
>>
>> /qb
>>
>> Oleg Stepanov wrote:
>>> Hello Jason,
>>>
>>> The 3.0.x builds only support C# 2.0, though you can install them
>>> for "Orcas". The C# 3.0 language support will be a major feature of
>>> 4.0 release. We hope to deliver first EAP bits of ReSharper 4.0 this
>>> Fall.
>>>
>>> Oleg Stepanov
>>> Software Developer
>>> JetBrains, Inc
>>> http://www.jetbrains.com
>>> "Develop with pleasure!"
>>>
>>>> Dear Sir,
>>>>
>>>> Does v3.0.2 support linq syntax and extension method??
>>>> I have tested it....it won't work....
>>>> moreover, it also don't know some keyword of c# 3.0, such as "var"
>>>> .....
>>>
>>>

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