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  • Feature request: Support for "Sentences" in names

    Hi,   I like to write my unit test names in the format: <Subject>_<Scenario>_<ExpectedResult>() Which gives me test names such as: StringParser_GivenAnEmptyString_ReturnsNull()    Which I believe is quite a common pattern to use.  However GhostDoc doesn't make a very good job of these, ...
    Posted to GhostDoc (Forum) by azd_lowry on December 2, 2009
  • How to add to class rule

    I'm not sure how to add the remarks section underneath the summary for the class rule ///<summary> /// ///</summary>   ----  section I want to add ///<remark> ///Created:  Date and time ///Created By:  UserName /// blank line ///Modified:  ///Modified ...
    Posted to GhostDoc (Forum) by avarndel on November 11, 2009
  • Tutorial: Extending Existing Rules

    You already know how you can create new custom rules using CodeIt.Right SDK, of not, you may want to read this article first. In this tutorial we will show how to extend existing rules using the new SDK features introduced in CodeIt.Right v1.8.09300. The new technique is to derive the custom rule from a base rule and override only the methods ...
    Posted to Tutorials (Weblog) by sergeb on October 29, 2009
  • Released: CodeIt.Right version 1.8.09300 - now compatible with VS2010 Beta 2!

    Today we are releasing new version of CodeIt.Right - build 1.8.09300. This version features complete ASP.NET support, it is compatible with VS2010 Beta 2 (in addition to VS2008, VS2005, VS2003), Add Rule dialog improvements - ''Hide Rules in the Profile'' and ''Quick Search'', 10+ new rules including new ...
    Posted to SubMain Blog (Weblog) by Anonymous on October 27, 2009
  • Re: Control Prefixes

    Worked nicely, thanks. Now, can I include the designer files on a per rule basis. And what I mean by this is can I have the controls rule include the designer files and the header rule exclude the designer files. 
    Posted to CodeIt.Right (Forum) by forrestb on September 23, 2009
  • Re: Control Prefixes

    Thank you very much, the button in question showed up once I unchecked the "Exclude *.Designer files". I also have a question about the Source file should have a header rule. My company requires a comment header but not like the example in the Template property. Ours looks something like ...
    Posted to CodeIt.Right (Forum) by forrestb on September 23, 2009
  • Re: Control Prefixes

    I tried the Use prefix for return type rule and it didn't catch the button that missing the btn prefix. I used the default settings for the rule and only changed the following: PrefixToCheck: btn TypeName: System.Windows.Forms.Button  I'm sure that I'm forgetting something. Thanks.
    Posted to CodeIt.Right (Forum) by forrestb on September 23, 2009
  • Control Prefixes

    I read a couple of forum posts about checking control prefixes, but I cant seem to get them to work. Below is my setup: Rule: Use prefix for derived type Scope: Any Target: Variable, LocalConstant, Method, Event, Property, Parameter, Constant, Field MustImplement: System.Windows.Forms.TextBox PrefixToCheck: txt 
    Posted to CodeIt.Right (Forum) by forrestb on September 23, 2009
  • Re: How should I handle adding words to the dictionary?

    Hi Pat, The easiest way to get your word list into the custom dictionary is to Run CodeIt.Right analysis in the VS IDEFind one of the spelling violations and execute correction action "Add ... to dictionary" Step #2 above creates user.dic file in <USER>\<DOCUMENTS>\SubMain\CodeIt.Right for VSxxxx\DicAdd your list of ...
    Posted to CodeIt.Right (Forum) by sergeb on August 26, 2009
  • How should I handle adding words to the dictionary?

    Hello,   I have a list of words I would like to add to the dictionary (so they will not come up as missspelled).  Obviously I can run the spell check and then choose to add the words, but I already have a file with the words in it (and I know they are spelled correctly).  Is there a way to add these words, or create a custom ...
    Posted to CodeIt.Right (Forum) by pdohara on August 26, 2009
 
     
 
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