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innocyju
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Canada
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Posted - Sep 21 2020 :  10:30:41 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
In VS2019, C#, ALT+G over a method which is declared async does not jump to the implementation. If the method is NOT declared async, the goto is executed as expected.

I updated this morning VA to build 2382. I don't know which version it was before that. I also rebuilt the VA db to no avail.

I have been working with C# for 15 days only. I was using VA C++ for many years before that without any problems similar to this one.

Any idea?

Edited by - innocyju on Sep 21 2020 10:33:49 PM

feline
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United Kingdom
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Posted - Sep 22 2020 :  07:46:04 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Unfortunately this is currently a known bug:

case=85290

and I don't currently have an estimate for when this will be fixed. But if it helps, if you select the function name, and then open VA's Find Symbol dialog, Alt-Shift-S, this dialog picks up the selected text and uses it as the default filter, and the async function should now be listed. Any matching symbols will actually be listed, but hopefully it will be obvious which one is the method implementation you want to jump to.

You can also use F12 for the IDE's goto implementation feature.

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