Bug 36212 - [Roslyn] Renaming class renames other classes with the same name
Summary: [Roslyn] Renaming class renames other classes with the same name
Status: RESOLVED ANSWERED
Alias: None
Product: Xamarin Studio
Classification: Desktop
Component: Text Editor ()
Version: unspecified
Hardware: Macintosh Mac OS
: Normal normal
Target Milestone: Roslyn
Assignee: Mike Krüger
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Reported: 2015-11-24 12:16 UTC by Stephen Shaw
Modified: 2015-11-25 02:33 UTC (History)
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Description Stephen Shaw 2015-11-24 12:16:22 UTC
If you copy and paste a file that contains a single class and then try to rename the copied version it also renames the original file.

1. Copy/paste a file in your project
2. Rename the class in the pasted class with refactoring tools (cmd-R)
3. Notice that the original file is also renamed and the class in the file.
Comment 1 Mike Krüger 2015-11-25 02:33:04 UTC
It's a feature - you're creating partial classes with missing partial modifier.

But roslyn is treating it like that (read: we share this behavior with vs.net). It makes sense doing this because the class has the same name & namespace therefore it's part of a 'family' and a library like roslyn would have a hard time to differentiate these classes.