Autocomplete on override

Not sure if this has been mentioned/suggested...

I realize I can implement/override methods using alt-ins...but
If I already have

public override bool ^
(^ represents cursor)

I would expect ctrl-space to give me all valid methods to override
(respecting the return type).
Instead it gives me b, bool, operator....

Even better:
public override bool Me^

should give all overrideable methods starting with Me


What do you think?
Scott


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That is an excellent (and in retrospect, obvious) idea!

"Scott Hrehirchuk" <no_scott@ebo.ca_spam> wrote in message
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Not sure if this has been mentioned/suggested...

>

I realize I can implement/override methods using alt-ins...but
If I already have

>

public override bool ^
(^ represents cursor)

>

I would expect ctrl-space to give me all valid methods to override
(respecting the return type).
Instead it gives me b, bool, operator....

>

Even better:
public override bool Me^

>

should give all overrideable methods starting with Me

>
>

What do you think?
Scott



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You should go ahead and sumbit this to Tracker as a feature request.

"Scott Hrehirchuk" <no_scott@ebo.ca_spam> wrote in message
news:decs92$r9d$1@is.intellij.net...

Not sure if this has been mentioned/suggested...

>

I realize I can implement/override methods using alt-ins...but
If I already have

>

public override bool ^
(^ represents cursor)

>

I would expect ctrl-space to give me all valid methods to override
(respecting the return type).
Instead it gives me b, bool, operator....

>

Even better:
public override bool Me^

>

should give all overrideable methods starting with Me

>
>

What do you think?
Scott



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Done. 9340

Also...
on the overriden (or implemented) method:

public override bool MethodA(string ^

I would expect it to suggest a variable name based on the interface or
base class.

;)

Scott


Paul Bradshaw wrote:

You should go ahead and sumbit this to Tracker as a feature request.

"Scott Hrehirchuk" <no_scott@ebo.ca_spam> wrote in message
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>>Not sure if this has been mentioned/suggested...
>>
>>I realize I can implement/override methods using alt-ins...but
>>If I already have
>>
>>public override bool ^
>>(^ represents cursor)
>>
>>I would expect ctrl-space to give me all valid methods to override
>>(respecting the return type).
>>Instead it gives me b, bool, operator....
>>
>>Even better:
>>public override bool Me^
>>
>>should give all overrideable methods starting with Me
>>
>>
>>What do you think?
>>Scott
>>


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