Razor: Creating a view from a nested layout doesn't auto create the sections
I am happily converting to Razor. However, one irritating thing is that when creating a view, it doesn't add the sections for the selected layout (u2bka masterpages...). Is this to be amended for RTM or is this it?? Either way, where (or to whom) do I whinge? It is an absolute pain putting in all the sections. PS: u2bka: Used to be known as.
The Add View dialog for the Razor view engine does not currently support this feature (and probably won't for MVC 3 RTM either). This is because of some fundamental differences between Aspx and Razor. Aspx is declarative which means it's a lot easier to parse in these scenarios. Razor is imperative which means it's a lot more difficult to detect all cases without actually running the page code (which we cannot do because it might have side effects). But we could consider some heuristics for MVC 4.
I am not too sure in your case but I would strongly suggest you read Andrew's blog post on Razor's nested layouts. It really explains things. http://aboutcode.net/2010/11/08/nested-layout-pages-in-razor.html
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