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Typing "base (" in a subclass no longer offers any completions.
Steps to reproduce:
1. Create an iPhone project "MonoTouch Single View Application" name this "demo"
2. Go to the demoViewController.cs file
3. Add a new constructor by typing:
public demoViewController () : base (
See how there are no completions suggested after the "("
Seems to work for me in master:
I think it has to do with my recent work on the c# parser layer where I added many token locations - I merged that stuff the last week. Even if we don't use the new parser layer in code completion it's used to get the MD dom which needs to work for code completion - otherwise the code completion can't do the member lookup and that's why it may fail.
If you can't get it working on master re open the bug.