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Wes
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Wes asked on 06 Apr 2011, 02:26 PM
I looked around and didn't see anything regarding this, so I thought I'd check.  I just loaded up JustCode for the first time and the first thing I noticed is that it doesn't seem to correctly support the new line breaks for VB 10.  Am I doing something wrong or is this a bug?

For example, I have the following statement:

_ssDepartments(level.Item1.SchoolName) = _ssCourses.
    Where(Function(course) course.SchoolName.Equals(level.Item1.SchoolName)).
    Select(Function(course) course.Department).
    GroupBy(Function(dept) dept.DepartmentID).
    Select(Function(group) group.First()).
    ToList()

And it's causing about 12 different JC errors.  Whereas if I place the underscore line ending after each line, all the errors go away.

_ssDepartments(level.Item1.SchoolName) = _ssCourses. _
    Where(Function(course) course.SchoolName.Equals(level.Item1.SchoolName)). _
    Select(Function(course) course.Department). _
    GroupBy(Function(dept) dept.DepartmentID). _
    Select(Function(group) group.First()). _
    ToList()

Thanks





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Dennis :: Dr. Code
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answered on 13 Apr 2011, 06:24 AM
Hi Wes,

Thanks for reporting. VB 10 line breaks are implemented but you found an issue with it in Linq expressions. We'll fix that. I've given you some Telerik points as well.

In the general case VB 10 line breaks should work, e.g.:

Public Module Module1
  
    Sub Main()
  
        Dim x as String
            "Hello" +
            10
  
    End Sub
  
End Module






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answered on 28 Jul 2011, 03:25 PM
I'm getting a "Field is never assigned" warning for the _Items field in this generic class example:

Public Class JustCodeTest(Of T)
  
    Private _Items(7, 7) As T
  
    Default Public Property Item(row As Integer, column As Integer) As T
        Get
            Return _Items(row, column)
        End Get
        Set(ByVal value As T)
            _Items(row, column) = value
        End Set
    End Property
  
End Class
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Dennis :: Dr. Code
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answered on 04 Aug 2011, 07:13 AM
Hi Bill,

the warning states that the field holding the array is never assigned, regardless whether elements of the array are assigned. However for VB the field is automatically assigned an array (different than C#). We'll fix this.

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Nick
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answered on 01 Nov 2011, 05:07 PM
Looks like this still isn't fixed.  I have the following code:

Dim retVal = From ct In returnXml.<PayloadContentType>
         Select New AimiContentType With {.Name = ct.<Name>.Value,
                               .Description = ct.<Description>.Value}
 
Return retVal.ToList()

I have just downloaded and installed JustCode (2011.2.916.0) and it gives me the following errors:

VisualBasic.Net: Unexpected end of block
VisualBasic.Net: There is no applicable member of variable 'ct'
VisualBasic.Net: There is no applicable member of variable 'ct'

It's easier to see in the attached screen shot.

Cheers,
Nick
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Ivan
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answered on 07 Nov 2011, 10:18 AM
Hi Nick,

Thank you for your feedback. I reviewed it and found out that this is actually another issue that is related to the "XElement". Good-Code-Reds are of high priority for us and we are going to do our best to fix it as soon as possible.
I created a PITS item for this issue so you can follow its progress and also added some Telerik Points to your account.
As a temporary workaround you could use the old line breaks of VB or you could ignore the errors that JustCode is showing. Here is a demo how to do this : http://screencast.com/t/YXywEfmHu.
Your help is highly appreciated!

Kind regards,
Ivan
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