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Remove all refactoring functions and let ReSharper do them right

Whenever a new VisualStudio comes out I try to use it without Resharper. But it's always/still missing so many things or they aren't as comfortable to use as in Resharper. I recommend you simply remove all duplicate functionality and let Resharper do them right.

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      • Lee ConlinLee Conlin commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Indeed, I agree with Sam. However there would be no need for ReSharper if VS did things well natively ;)

      • Sam PalmerSam Palmer commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I think this is a very bad idea. Resharper is a commercial product. Removing functionality because a commercial third-party add-on can do it is a step in the wrong direction because less people would have the functionality.

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