Web Api Compat Shim 1.1.1 In this way, you have lots of options for managing your packages, pick the one that makes you most comfortable.The new engine fully supports all the C 11 features supported by clang, such as lambdas, variadic templates, automatic type derivation, range-based loops, etc.But the only easy way to do it is with the context menu option (the csproj doesn’t show up in Solution Explorer): You can edit the Package Reference by hand, but the intellisense is missing so it becomes a lot less interesting: If you omit the –v, it will load the latest version.
In SQL Server Management Studio 2008, up until a few days ago my Intelli Sense was working great. The icon as it as enabled on the toolbar menu, and under Tools - Intelli Sense it says it is enabled there.
I have tried refeshing the Intelli Sense cache with Ctrl-Shft-R but that doesn't work either.
The upgrade wasn’t painful (look back at those Beta 7-Beta 8 upgrades for that story), but knowing where they moved your cheese is important.
Hopefully this post helps you with the same issues.
So, this post is about our beloved IDE instead of actual code. Note that you can now kiss your Visual Studio 2010 settings and preferences goodbye (your projects will be safe and sound). DELETE (or rename) all other folders that are not the “11.0” folder, assuming you used to have Visual Studio 2008 or whatever.
I recently upgraded my home PC from Visual Studio 2010 and 11 Beta to Visual Studio 2012. ” and then, after a swig of beer, proceeded to exercise my Google-Fu to solve this issue. Here you’ll see a folder titled “11.0” (the VS 2012 folder) and probably also “10.0” (the VS 2010 folder). Now restart Visual Studio 2012 and you should be good to go!
Note that for this fix to work, you have to abandon Visual Studio 2010 or 11 PERMANENTLY.
You don’t have to uninstall either of them, but if you open a solution in them it seems you’ll re-break Visual Studio 2012. Maybe a hotfix will come out eventually to fix this issue. If your Intellisense is anything but intelligent, and has stopped working, do the following: 1.
Refreshing the cache is easy but not necessarily obvious. I checked Intelli Sense, and found it was enabled already. These two features are what I think of as "intellisense", and Microsoft does not disagree: Intelli Sense is the general term for a number of features: List Members, Parameter Info, Quick Info, and Complete Word.
However, I found that "Auto list members" and "Parameter information" were unchecked. These features help you to learn more about the code you are using, keep track of the parameters you are typing, and add calls to properties and methods with only a few keystrokes.
When you use remote database with low transfer connection (for example I connected from Europe to far Asia's office server) and when the database's structure is not small (for example many tables) then it takes much more time for SSMS to complete all Intelli Sense data.