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Refactoring – Going Generic

Posted by Marcus Wyatt on 18 July 2006

This post on the JetBrains.NET Tools blog descibes a nice way to refactor your array declarations to generic lists.

So, now that people are migrating from .NET 1.1 to 2.0, it would be great to somehow convert legacy interfaces from arrays to collections. For this, ReSharper comes in extremely handy. We ourselves used the following procedure when developing ReSharper 2.0 and we think it can be useful to you, too.

The post will give you a good introduction to a few of the really cool features of ReSharper.

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One Response to “Refactoring – Going Generic”

  1. Dmitri said

    R# is cool, but goes seriously wrong in .NET 3.0.

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