Need Help with Code Formatting

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I have a few scenarios I cannot figure out how to apply:

1. If initializing local variable, then chop if chained calls:

Currently:

            var returnValue = RefDataContainer.FcmCaseTypes.OrderBy(x => x.DisplayOrder)
.Select(c => new RefDataDto
{
Text = c.FcmCaseName
, Value = c.Id.ToString()
, Enabled = c.Enabled
})
.ToArray();

Desired:

            var returnValue =
RefDataContainer
.FcmCaseTypes
.OrderBy(x => x.DisplayOrder)
.Select(c => new RefDataDto
{
Text = c.FcmCaseName,
Value = c.Id.ToString(),
Enabled = c.Enabled
})
.ToArray();

2. If initializing local variable with object initializer, Chop Always.

Current:

            var response = new ResponsePackage<RefDataDto[]>
{
IsSuccessfull = true, Timestamp = DateTime.Now, Value = returnValue
};

Desired:

            var response =
new ResponsePackage<RefDataDto[]>
{
IsSuccessfull = true,
Timestamp = DateTime.Now,
Value = returnValue
};
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Hello Ninja,

Thank you for contacting us.

  1. Here's a corresponding feature request about the first case - https://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/RSRP-469390
    Feel free to comment or vote for it.

  2. For the second case, you can configure your own code-formatting rules.
    To do so, select ReSharper | Options | Code Editing | General Formatting Style | Line Breaks and wrapping.
    You need a setting Arrangement of initializers.
    Choose Chop always at the Wrap object and collection initializer setting.

Here you can read more about code-formatting rules.

Let me know if you have any questions.

 

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