[MonoDevelop] Code Completion
Federico Di Gregorio
fog at initd.org
Sun Nov 9 18:35:21 EST 2008
Il giorno dom, 09/11/2008 alle 18.26 -0500, Michael Hutchinson ha scritto:
> On Sun, Nov 9, 2008 at 5:50 PM, Federico Di Gregorio <fog at initd.org> wrote:
> > Il giorno dom, 09/11/2008 alle 17.11 -0500, Michael Hutchinson ha scritto:
> >> > New to Linux and Mono, 3rd day and still finding my feet. I have come from a
> >> > MS dev background using C# in Visual Studio and got used to the code
> >> > completion present in that IDE.
> >> >
> >> > Is there a way to make code completion work as per VS in that it is always
> >> > active as you type instead of the need for ctrl+space to trigger?
> >> This has been implemented in trunk and will be present in the upcoming
> >> 2.0 Alpha 2 release.
> > And it will be possible to disable it? I find it very annoying. :/
> If you disable code completion in MD settings, I believe Ctrl-Space
> still works. I'm not sure if we should enable any granularity beyond
Mm.. I find code completation after a . or ( to be extremely useful but
just having it complete every time a type a letter is annoying because
disables the cursor keys, so I cant just type a letter and move around
but every time I need to type, _escape _ and then move.
Having completation enabled for ., ( and other special chars and C-space
to everything else it is better in my case. Or just tell my how do VS
people work without having to type ESC every few letters. :)
Federico Di Gregorio http://people.initd.org/fog
Debian GNU/Linux Developer fog at debian.org
INIT.D Developer fog at initd.org
When people say things are a lot more complicated than that, they
means they're getting worried that they won't like the truth.
-- Granny Weatherwax
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