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Stop adding features for 5% of the user base please!

Gabriel Lozano-Morán

"Guy Mahieu" <guy.mahieu@nospam.be> wrote in message
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"Gabriel Lozano-Morán" <gabriel.lozano@hotmail.com> schreef in bericht
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>>I don't want support for sourcecode control in ReSharper. The time has
>>come that ReSharper should focus only on the features directly related to
>>refactoring. Imho if there are plans to support source code control it
>>should not be embedded into ReSharper but as a plug-in.
>

I've always seen resharper as a productivity enhancement tool, rather than
just a refactoring add-on, so I'm not sure everyone will agree with you
here
when you state they should more or less limit resharper features to
refactoring fuctions. On the other hand, it would not be a bad idea to
have
certain things optionally installed if they would interfere with the
overall
performance.

>

I can see how source control support is probably beyond the scope of
resharper today, but there obviously is a market for a SubVersion addin
and
seeing how much I move/delete/rename files using resharper, it would be
nice
for me if they were integrated. But that's just me :)

>

Greetings,

>

Guy

>

PS: To the jetbrains guys: would the intellij subversion plugin be hard to
port? :)

>



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Stop adding features for 5% of the user base please!

Gabriel Lozano-Morán

"Guy Mahieu" <guy.mahieu@nospam.be> wrote in message
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"Gabriel Lozano-Morán" <gabriel.lozano@hotmail.com> schreef in bericht
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>>I don't want support for sourcecode control in ReSharper. The time has
>>come that ReSharper should focus only on the features directly related to
>>refactoring. Imho if there are plans to support source code control it
>>should not be embedded into ReSharper but as a plug-in.
>

I've always seen resharper as a productivity enhancement tool, rather than
just a refactoring add-on, so I'm not sure everyone will agree with you
here
when you state they should more or less limit resharper features to
refactoring fuctions. On the other hand, it would not be a bad idea to
have
certain things optionally installed if they would interfere with the
overall
performance.

>

I can see how source control support is probably beyond the scope of
resharper today, but there obviously is a market for a SubVersion addin
and
seeing how much I move/delete/rename files using resharper, it would be
nice
for me if they were integrated. But that's just me :)

>

Greetings,

>

Guy

>

PS: To the jetbrains guys: would the intellij subversion plugin be hard to
port? :)

>



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