[251] Support for control prefixes in web.config?

I am working on an ASP.NET Web site project in VS 2005.  One of the new features
of ASP.NET 2.0 is the ability to declare prefixes for controls in your web.config
(so that you don't have to declare them in the header of a page or user control).
We use this for control libraries that are used throughout our site.  The
syntax looks like this:



When I try to use one of my controls on an ASPX page, however, Resharper
doesn't seem to recognize it correctly.  Does the current build of Resharper
support declaring the prefixes in the web.config file?  If not, are there
plans to add support in the next bug fix update?

Thanks,

~Andy Alm


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Andy,

What build are You using? The release (249) could support properly-cased tag
names, but in build 253 the problem should be fixed.

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Sergey V. Coox
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Sergey,

I had been using build #251 (as specified in the subject).  The tag names
were properly cased so I didn't think it would be related to the casing problem.
However, I just installed build #253 and the problem seems to have gone
away.

Thanks!

~Andy

Andy,

What build are You using? The release (249) could support
properly-cased tag names, but in build 253 the problem should be
fixed.



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