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1. Create any solution or open any existing solution.
2. Add the new empty file to the project.
3. Add the following code:
delegate void D ();
delegate void D<T> ();
delegate void D<U, V> ();
public static void Main ()
// Type D here, Xamarin Studio shows only 1 delegate type in completion window
Actual Result: When user enter dele in editor area it shows two delegate in auto completion popup.
Expected result: User should see only one delegate in auto completion popup.
X.S- 4.0 (build 2968)
One of those is the class, the other one is the keyword. See http://stackoverflow.com/questions/779021/delegate-vs-delegate-keyword-net
Where are you getting this expected behavior from? I don't think it's correct.
As per comment#1 changing closing this issue.
This bug was marked as fixed for Xamarin Studio 4.0.9, which is currently in the beta channel. Try it out!