Checked exceptions have been a topic of heated debate amongst C# developers. Coming from a Java upbringing, I have really missed the compiler complaining if I don't cover an exception or explicitly throw it. I realize that requiring checked exceptions as a language constraint can cause its own set of headaches. However, when developing in C# I still miss some exceptions at development time that I would have caught without effort in Java.
It would be nice to be presented with a list of possible exceptions within a method at design-time. I feel this feature would greatly improve my initial code quality. I wouldn’t have to stumble across as many run-time situations to test my code. It seems to me that this functionality would fill the gap between Sun and Microsoft’s conflicting view on the subject.
Is a feature like this within the realm of possibility for ReSharper?