Missing refactorings and "road map" questions

I am currently evaluating ReSharper and I'd like to say that the overall
impression is very positive. However, I am missing some refactorings
that I got used to in the Java world[1]

It's essentially the inheritance related stuff:
- Extract interface
- Extract base class
- Push up member
- Introduce method parameter


Do you intend to add any of these to R#, and if so, can you give an
estimated (or a wild guess) when they become available?

My second question is about the relation of R# to Whidbey. In how far
will R# provide competive advantages once refactoring und additional
code assist become available in Visual Studio 2005?

Sven

...using only the second-best Java-IDE, sorry ;)

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We plan to add more refactorings but not in the first version (and the
listed refactorings are, of course, somewhere at the top of the list). It's
difficult to give an estimation for the date when these refactorings will be
available though.
As for competition with Whidbey, we plan to develop a stand-alone IDE which
will give us much more possibilities to bring cool features to our
developers (and not only in the area of refactoring and code assistance).

--
Valentin Kipiatkov
Chief Scientist, Vice President of Product Development
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"


"Sven Künzler" <svenk@gmx.net> wrote in message
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I am currently evaluating ReSharper and I'd like to say that the overall
impression is very positive. However, I am missing some refactorings
that I got used to in the Java world[1]

>

It's essentially the inheritance related stuff:
- Extract interface
- Extract base class
- Push up member
- Introduce method parameter

>
>

Do you intend to add any of these to R#, and if so, can you give an
estimated (or a wild guess) when they become available?

>

My second question is about the relation of R# to Whidbey. In how far
will R# provide competive advantages once refactoring und additional
code assist become available in Visual Studio 2005?

>

Sven

>

...using only the second-best Java-IDE, sorry ;)



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