How reliable is #610 when it comes to refactoring?

Hello newsgroup

I would like to perform a bigger refactoring with VS 2005. As I'm used
to RS, I'd prefer to use it again but I don't know whether the EAP build
will screw the code when certain operations are being applied.

Any feedback is greatly appreciated :)

Thanks for your advice

Philipp

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I guess we are going to have to wait for build #610 to find out

Gabriel

"Philipp Sumi" <nospam@this.domain.doesnotexist.xxx> wrote in message
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Hello newsgroup

>

I would like to perform a bigger refactoring with VS 2005. As I'm used
to RS, I'd prefer to use it again but I don't know whether the EAP build
will screw the code when certain operations are being applied.

>

Any feedback is greatly appreciated :)

>

Thanks for your advice

>

Philipp



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I guess we are going to have to wait for build #610 to find out


ouch. yes, of course I was referring to #210 :/

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Well refactoring is reliable but it ReSharper sometimes crashes and
fortunately without messing up the code. I use it daily

Gabriel Lozano-Morán
MCSD .NET
Real Software
http://www.realdn.net
http://www.realsoftware.be


"Philipp Sumi" <nospam@this.domain.doesnotexist.xxx> wrote in message
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I guess we are going to have to wait for build #610 to find out

>

ouch. yes, of course I was referring to #210 :/



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Gabriel

Thanks for the feedback. As long as it doesn't mess the source during
the refactoring, it may crash as often as it wants (VS 2005 does it
enough on its own anyway). Will give it a try :)

Cheers,
Philipp

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