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Refactoring tools

Sunday, June 06, 2004 04:01 AM

Don Box points to this leaked image of a VB.NET context menu, showing the new refactoring support in Whidbey. As Microsoft's Paul Vick explains:

One thing that is likely, however, is that VB.NET won't be using the term “refactoring” in the IDE to refer to these features. While that term is fairly common in some quarters, we believe there are lots of VB programmers who are likely to see a menu item called “Refactor” and just ignore it because they don't know what the term means.

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