Add the option to collapse try-catch blocks
Sometimes, adding many try-catch blocks to the code makes it harder to follow the main idea of the application. I believe that adding some ellipsis notation (similar to the notation used when a function is collapsed) to the try-catch block could help make the code more readable.
I just think that it would be great if I could read my code with no exception handling at all. If I wanted to read the exception handling code, I could always expand the specific section of code.
Andy Ruiz commented
pointIdReader = myCommand.ExecuteReader();
catch (Exception e)
Console.Error.WriteLine("Error getting list of points: " + e.Message);
Maybe something like:
[Try+] pointIdReader = myCommand.ExecuteReader();