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Override completion no longer works for unimplemented interface member.
It has always seemed strange to me that typing "override" would offer a completion from the interface, since it is effectively a "magic" word that actually means "suggest an interface member, but remove the word override when the user selects".
This does not sound right to me.
It is almost as having turned a hotkey into the long string override. I am not even sure that this is a bug, it requires some discussion/debate.
It may not have been "technically correct", but it was very useful and didn't interfere with anything else.
Hm, I think it may be better in the generate code window (we should've a hotkey for that).
I think too that it was very strange - at least my workflow when implementing an interface is: right click on the interface name and select implement.
What about adding this to the completion window, so when I do control-space, implementing methods that are missing from an interface are offered?
That sounds natural to me.
The generate window would make sense. We still need a keybinding for that on Mac.
Putting it in the toplevel completion window would be weird, we'd have to have the full signature in there, matching would be a bitt odd because of the spaces, and the sort position would mostly be controlled by the return type.
Implemented (including the mac key binding)
I think that makes the most sense - we should make this feature more prominent. I whish we had IDEA like tip of the days :)