"NYI" popup on rename refactoring Follow
With the latest nightly I'm getting a popup with the message "NYI" (not yet implemented?) after performing rename refactorings. I did not get this in the previous build. Was something "unimplemeted"?
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One side effect I see when doing renames now is the that import is refactored incorrectly -- the package is omitted leaving only a classname in the import.
I also noticed that the full package was omitted on a class rename, leaving only the classname in the import. This was using either (0.3.307) or (0.3.312), not sure which.
Yes, it's strange bug, I'll fix it. Thank you.
This bug was fixed.
One method on Type Projection references is not implemented. But you shouldn't see that this exception is thrown. And all should work right. Can you send this popup message?
I did a drag/move of a package and got a popup that said "Can only bind to a class". I tried a few more times and did not get the popup. But in all cases the classes contained in the package did not get their package declarations updated.
The popup no longer appears on a class name refactoring. But in dependent classes the package is still not correctly updated: It always results in the just the class simple name.
Got this after renaming a namespace in Scala code, 10+ years later :)
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