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Given this code (where | indicates cursor position):
static void Main()
IDictionary<string, TestClass> foo = new Dictionary<string, |
Pressing ctrl+space for completion list gives:
Not sure what it wants with the first. The other three seem to have an incorrectly lower-cased first letter. Presumably that's why accepting the second or third doesn't match the already entered text and instead produces
IDictionary<string, TestClass> foo = new Dictionary<string, dictionary<string, TestClass>
If the completion engine knows this is a "new" expression, it should of course filter out the interface from the completion list.
I would expect the list to show:
and selecting the first should complete the text properly.
fixed that one.