Refactoring Tool opportunities

Just came across this Blog entry.

http://codebetter.com/blogs/john.papa/archive/2006/01/16/136587.aspx

I'm a big Resharper fan (and actively spreading the word around our organisation :) ) but I thought the sentiments of this posting were worth highlighing to you guys.

Incidentally, what happened to your proposed VB support that disappeared in about August. Our organisation is a heavy VB.NET user and a lot of projects cannot switch to C# for various reasons. As a result, productivity is reduced significantly compared with the rest of us that use C# and Resharper. I don't believe that the free VB refactoring tool that is available for VS2005 is anywhere near Resharper.

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If think that the post stated the obvious.

Give all the players in the market enough money (by buying their products)
and they will have the resource to compete with each other. Hopefully the
competition will be based on feature set (not price).

Nothing like good ol' market forces.

Amir
"Tristan Bates" <no_mail@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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Just came across this Blog entry.

>

http://codebetter.com/blogs/john.papa/archive/2006/01/16/136587.aspx

>

I'm a big Resharper fan (and actively spreading the word around our
organisation :) ) but I thought the sentiments of this posting were worth
highlighing to you guys.

>

Incidentally, what happened to your proposed VB support that disappeared
in about August. Our organisation is a heavy VB.NET user and a lot of
projects cannot switch to C# for various reasons. As a result,
productivity is reduced significantly compared with the rest of us that
use C# and Resharper. I don't believe that the free VB refactoring tool
that is available for VS2005 is anywhere near Resharper.



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