Feature request: macro variable ALL_UPPERCASE

Hi,

When authoring live templates (and in v2.0 file templates) we can use
special macro variables like "same az an other variable but first letter
upper" or "same az an other variable but first letter lower"
A third thing is missing for me: "same az an other variable but all upper"

Yes, I do know that .NET coding standard does not prefer all uppercase
constants, but I also know, that many of us uses this. It comes from C++ and
Java. Actually I've just saw in JetBrains provided source code (plugin
samples) in 206 to use this convention. So...

To be more exact a 100% solution would be not to simply convert to upper but
this:

SomePropertyName -> SOME_PROPERTY_NAME (and not SOMEPROPERTYNAME)

any ideas?



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Could you please post it into the tracker?

Valentin Kipiatkov
Chief Scientist, Vice President of Product Development
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

Hi,

When authoring live templates (and in v2.0 file templates) we can use
special macro variables like "same az an other variable but first
letter
upper" or "same az an other variable but first letter lower"
A third thing is missing for me: "same az an other variable but all
upper"
Yes, I do know that .NET coding standard does not prefer all uppercase
constants, but I also know, that many of us uses this. It comes from
C++ and Java. Actually I've just saw in JetBrains provided source code
(plugin samples) in 206 to use this convention. So...

To be more exact a 100% solution would be not to simply convert to
upper but this:

SomePropertyName -> SOME_PROPERTY_NAME (and not SOMEPROPERTYNAME)

any ideas?



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