Purge existing regions during code clean-up.

Can code clean-up be configured to purge pre-existing regions?

Background: I have taken on responsibility for 40,000 lines of code that contain a mixture of region formatting conventions. Although my Resharper clean-up type-order XML config is generating new regions correctly sometiomes Resharper's code clean-up leaves old method grouping regions untouched.

Maybe this is a feature request. Ideally I would like two clean-up check-boxes, (1) "Purge all existing regions" (2) "Purge existing regions outside of methods".

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Hello,

Yes, you can, using the 'Reorder members' functionality of the code cleanup.
First of all you should turn on 'Reorder members' in your code cleanup profile
settings and then add RemoveAllRegions="true" attribute to all patterns under
ReSharper | Options | Languages | C# | Type Member Layout. Thank you!

Andrey Serebryansky
Senior Support Engineer
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

Can code clean-up be configured to purge pre-existing regions?

Background: I have taken on responsibility for 40,000 lines of code
that contain a mixture of region formatting conventions. Although my
Resharper clean-up type-order XML config is generating new regions
correctly sometiomes Resharper's code clean-up leaves old method
grouping regions untouched.

Maybe this is a feature request. Ideally I would like two clean-up
check-boxes, (1) "Purge all existing regions" (2) "Purge existing
regions outside of methods".

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