Don Syme recently made this post about adding IntelliSense to the visual studio intergration of F#. Although I do missing the <ctrl>-<space>, there are some nice features to the current version. In fact the back ground error checking is better that C# in both visual studio 2003 and 2005. The F# intergration will warn you if you are using an type that does not exists, C# will not do this.

<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = “urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office” /> /o:p

This can be seen in the two images below, first the F#:

 /o:p

Then the C#, no warning here:

 /o:p

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re: Visual Studio intergration for F# - Don Syme

Nice snaps. Maybe we should start on F# screenshot competition? This one is the minimalist version of ‘why the F# visual Studio integration rocks’!