A suggestion to extend "find usages"

I have a suggestion that might be useful

To extend the find usages to allow more than 1 level of calls

It would therefore create a sort of call tree of possible calls.

This could obviously get very unweildy very quickly so it would probably need some way of pruning the tree to avoid generating the call stack for the undesired areas.

It would need some way of doing level one usages, then deciding which level 2 usages you want to search down or something like that.

I figure you'd show them in a tree structure of some kind.

Would that be hard given resharper already has a usages function?

Tim Yen

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Didn't R# 1.5 allow you to find the usages from a usages tree? Even combining
this sort of feature with a way of keeping track of your 'findings' would
be really useful. I'd love to be able to see a call graph from a given starting
point, options for the depth and to limit by namespace would be greeeeat :)

I have a suggestion that might be useful

To extend the find usages to allow more than 1 level of calls

It would therefore create a sort of call tree of possible calls.

This could obviously get very unweildy very quickly so it would
probably need some way of pruning the tree to avoid generating the
call stack for the undesired areas.

It would need some way of doing level one usages, then deciding which
level 2 usages you want to search down or something like that.

I figure you'd show them in a tree structure of some kind.

Would that be hard given resharper already has a usages function?

Tim Yen



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