refactoring in VS2005 RTM is amusingly bad

Hey all,

Has anyone actually tried to use the refactoring support in VS 2005 RTM?
It is AMAZINGLY unusable. I can't imagine how they could release it in this
state for web projects...

see the following bug:
http://lab.msdn.microsoft.com/ProductFeedback/viewFeedback.aspx?FeedbackId=c5819436-7d2b-448d-a20e-c4283c3fab5e

My favorite part was the tech's "workaroudn": Having EVERY file in the web
project open will speed up the process.. uh... :)



It is taking me close to 2 minutes to find all the references to a given
function in a solution with 1 web project and 2 library projects... (less
than 200 files)

I can't WAIT to get the release of Resharper 2.0. Is there any word on a
release date??

Thanks for the great software, you guys are gonna be making a KILLING off
of Microsoft dropping the ball on this one ;)

-Max Schilling


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Great news for Resharper 8-)

Maybe JetBrains should block all IP's from Microsoft to their website,
to prevent them viewing/being inspired by (stealing) Resharper
functionality ;)

- Wiebe Tijsma


Max Schilling wrote:

Hey all,

Has anyone actually tried to use the refactoring support in VS 2005 RTM?
It is AMAZINGLY unusable. I can't imagine how they could release it in
this state for web projects...

see the following bug:
http://lab.msdn.microsoft.com/ProductFeedback/viewFeedback.aspx?FeedbackId=c5819436-7d2b-448d-a20e-c4283c3fab5e


My favorite part was the tech's "workaroudn": Having EVERY file in the
web project open will speed up the process.. uh... :)



It is taking me close to 2 minutes to find all the references to a given
function in a solution with 1 web project and 2 library projects...
(less than 200 files)

I can't WAIT to get the release of Resharper 2.0. Is there any word on a
release date??

Thanks for the great software, you guys are gonna be making a KILLING
off of Microsoft dropping the ball on this one ;)

-Max Schilling

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Hello Wiebe,

I doubt this method is feasible :) I dpn't believe their sign an agreement
to not work at home :)

Regards,
Dmitry Shaporenkov
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

Great news for Resharper 8-)

Maybe JetBrains should block all IP's from Microsoft to their website,
to prevent them viewing/being inspired by (stealing) Resharper
functionality ;)

- Wiebe Tijsma

Max Schilling wrote:

>> Hey all,
>>
>> Has anyone actually tried to use the refactoring support in VS 2005
>> RTM? It is AMAZINGLY unusable. I can't imagine how they could release
>> it in this state for web projects...
>>
>> see the following bug:
>> http://lab.msdn.microsoft.com/ProductFeedback/viewFeedback.aspx?Feedb
>> ackId=c5819436-7d2b-448d-a20e-c4283c3fab5e
>> My favorite part was the tech's "workaroudn": Having EVERY file in
>> the web project open will speed up the process.. uh... :)
>>
>> It is taking me close to 2 minutes to find all the references to a
>> given function in a solution with 1 web project and 2 library
>> projects... (less than 200 files)
>>
>> I can't WAIT to get the release of Resharper 2.0. Is there any word
>> on a release date??
>>
>> Thanks for the great software, you guys are gonna be making a KILLING
>> off of Microsoft dropping the ball on this one ;)
>>
>> -Max Schilling
>>


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Hmm good point, you got me there... Well, you'll just have to stay ahead
of MS development then ;)

Thx, Wiebe

Dmitry Shaporenkov (JetBrains) wrote:

Hello Wiebe,

I doubt this method is feasible :) I dpn't believe their sign an agreement
to not work at home :)

Regards,
Dmitry Shaporenkov
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

>> Great news for Resharper 8-)
>>
>> Maybe JetBrains should block all IP's from Microsoft to their website,
>> to prevent them viewing/being inspired by (stealing) Resharper
>> functionality ;)
>>
>> - Wiebe Tijsma
>>
>> Max Schilling wrote:
>>
>>> Hey all,
>>>
>>> Has anyone actually tried to use the refactoring support in VS 2005
>>> RTM? It is AMAZINGLY unusable. I can't imagine how they could release
>>> it in this state for web projects...
>>>
>>> see the following bug:
>>> http://lab.msdn.microsoft.com/ProductFeedback/viewFeedback.aspx?Feedb
>>> ackId=c5819436-7d2b-448d-a20e-c4283c3fab5e
>>> My favorite part was the tech's "workaroudn": Having EVERY file in
>>> the web project open will speed up the process.. uh... :)
>>>
>>> It is taking me close to 2 minutes to find all the references to a
>>> given function in a solution with 1 web project and 2 library
>>> projects... (less than 200 files)
>>>
>>> I can't WAIT to get the release of Resharper 2.0. Is there any word
>>> on a release date??
>>>
>>> Thanks for the great software, you guys are gonna be making a KILLING
>>> off of Microsoft dropping the ball on this one ;)
>>>
>>> -Max Schilling
>>>


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Hey, don't do that! There are those of us at Microsoft who couldn't go a day without Resharper!

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