Below is the complete (but short) list of things that are not supported yet or are known problems in the current build of X#.
•Some VO compatibility compiler options are not implemented yet. The command line options are recognized but nothing is done with them
/cs: Case Sensitivity (the compiler is now always Case Insensitive)
/vo 11: VO Compatible Numeric conversions
•The compiler pragmas (#pragma warnings and #pragma options) do not work. They are ignored by the compiler.
•Some parser errors need improvements
•Compiler errors may be cryptic every now and then
•The compiler is case insensitive. There may be a problem with case insensitive matching of interface member names. The case insensitivity cannot be switched off for now.
We have also seen problems for classes where different member names are defined with a name that is only different in case.
•Sometimes you may see a "Include file not found" error, where the file DOES exist. This seems to be a side effect of the codepage that was used to save the include files.
When you save the file as UTF8 (File Advanced Save Options in Visual Studio) then this problem almost always disappears.
•New features in the Debugger, such as a window for Globals and RDD Workareas
•DbServer and Fieldspec binaries are not exported yet
•Some runtime functions are not supported yet.