Posts Tagged ‘VB.NET’

Refactorings – Use Implicit Line Continuation

June 30th, 2011 Comments off

The Use Implicit Line Continuation is a Visual Basic language specific refactoring available in Visual Studio 2010 that removes redundant line-continuation underscore characters from an entire source file.

Visual Basic language version 10 has been improved in the area of line-continuation characters. Now, there are a lot of places in the code where an underscore is not necessary anymore, which means that Visual Basic is smarter about auto-detecting line continuation scenarios, and as a result, no longer expect you to explicitly indicate that the statement continues on the next code line. For example, the underscore is no longer necessary in the following cases:

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Refactor! for VB.NET refactorings list

July 11th, 2010 Comments off

DevExpress Refactor! for VB.NET

July 1st, 2010 Comments off

Today DevExpress no longer provide Refactor! for VB.NET, because all features this product had are included inĀ CodeRush Xpress.

However, the latest CodeRush Xpress version doesn’t support Visual Studio 2005, but you can download a previous product version, which is compatible with this IDE version. Simply register your free copy of CodeRush Xpress on the following page: Register Your Copy of CodeRush Xpress.

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