First, let me just say I just discovered ReSharper's ability to right-click
on a project reference in Solution Explorer, and find all code that is
dependent on that module. Fantastic!
But I find myself in need of something at a higher level, and I'm not sure
how to do it.
I have a solution with probably a hundred projects in it. Each project with
dozens to hundreds of classes.
What I want (NEED) to do is find all projects that reference a given
project, so I can remove that project from the solution safely (by visiting
all the references, and either recoding them, or tracing down how to
eliminate the usage). I know I can't just right-click on a reference in
Solution Explorer and say "Find all projects that share this reference" ...
but that's exactly the outcome I would like.
Is there any sneaky way to do this, using VS2008 with ReSharper 5.1? Or is
it just going to be opening the solution file in a text editor and grepping
through the XML?
Any bright ideas?