December 2009 Blog Posts
Thursday, December 3, 2009 6:37 PM | Comments

As is usually the case when I encounter a pain point while developing with Visual Studio, a quick google search reminds me that all along this problem has been solved for me. Today’s lesson is brought to you by the all-to-common namespace renaming. Earlier today I started cleaning up the file structure in the Solution Explorer, and up until now I would resort to a clumsy Solution Wide Find-Replace to fix up the namespaces after the files were moved into their more logical placement. However, I should have realized that ReSharper would have handled this for me – and intelligently. In my case, I wanted to do 2 things. First, remove .Core from the namespaces (I already updated the Project Property pane to set the default namespace to MyCompany.MyProject). Second, I wanted to move MyCompany.MyProject.Core.Parsing into the Importing namespace (since it’s actually a subcomponent of...