319 - Cannot Resolve Symbol in XML Documentation

In the param name line of the xml comment, 'SetChangeEventArgs' is highlighted with 'cannot resolve symbol', althought ctrl+click take me to the symbol.

/// /// Raises the event. /// /// The instance containing the event data. protected virtual void OnAdded(SetChangeEventArgs e) { SetAfterChangeHandler]]> handler = Added;
if (handler != null)
{
handler(this, e);
}
}

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1) "<>" are not allowed in XML doc, use "{}" instead
2) Because of "1)", this reference is not resolved properly, though there is
resolve candidate
3) Ctrl-Click use resolve candidate when necessary

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In the param name line of the xml comment, 'SetChangeEventArgs' is
highlighted with 'cannot resolve symbol', althought ctrl+click take me to
the symbol.

>

/// <summary>
/// Raises the <see cref="Removed"/> event.
/// </summary>
/// <param name="e">The <see cref="SetChangeEventArgs<>"/> instance
containing the event data.</param>
protected virtual void OnAdded(SetChangeEventArgs<T> e)
{
SetAfterChangeHandler<T> handler = Added;
if (handler != null)
{
handler(this, e);
}
}



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Aha - will do. However, the '<>' were inserted by the code-completion.....is that R# or VS?

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I do believe ReSharper couldn't insert '<>' there :)
But please check

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Aha - will do. However, the '<>' were inserted by the
code-completion.....is that R# or VS?



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Just checked - hitting ctrl+space with the cursor at the end of

SetChangeEventArgs

gives:

SetChangeEventArgs<>"

Note the spurious quotation mark. I have all my 'use R# ***' options turned on, so I guess it's R# doing this.

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Thank you for the feedback!
I'll deal with this issue ASAP

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Just checked - hitting ctrl+space with the cursor at the end of

>

SetChangeEventArgs

>

gives:

>

SetChangeEventArgs<>"

>

Note the spurious quotation mark. I have all my 'use R# ***' options
turned on, so I guess it's R# doing this.



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Fixed

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Eugene Pasynkov
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"sean kearon" <no_reply@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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Just checked - hitting ctrl+space with the cursor at the end of

>

SetChangeEventArgs

>

gives:

>

SetChangeEventArgs<>"

>

Note the spurious quotation mark. I have all my 'use R# ***' options
turned on, so I guess it's R# doing this.



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Thanks Eugene

Fixed



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