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      54 comments  ·  Visual Studio » Languages - C#  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

      I’m going to mark this as completed. Even though the feature we ended up implementing didn’t do exactly as requested here.

      Instead we added exception filters to C# in the CTP of Visual Studio “14”. They provide an easy solution for this scenario, and addresses the core issue raised by many, namely what is the type of e.

      For this scenario you’d use it like this:

      try { … }
      catch(Exception e) if (e is RemoteException || e is NamingException || e is CreateException)
      {

      }

      You can find links to the CTP and more info about the upcoming C# language features at this CodePlex post:
      https://roslyn.codeplex.com/discussions/552378

      Thanks for the great ideas and discussion!

      Mads Torgersen [MSFT]
      C# Language PM

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        15 comments  ·  Visual Studio » Performance  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

        Changed the title to clarify that this is Visual Studio startup/shutdown.

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          95 comments  ·  Visual Studio » Performance  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

          Thank you to all who provided ideas and votes on this topic. We used that data to help prioritize the improvements in Visual Studio 2012 and have been continuing this work with the VS 2013 release.

          As Visual Studio 2013 Preview has now shipped, we’d like to close this item to give your votes back to use on specific topics. Our Visual Studio performance team will continue working to improve performance at an ongoing basis. However, we are closing down this general idea, so that you can use your votes on more specific performance topics, and help us focus our team’s investments. When you have performance related suggestions, please create or vote on specific Perf ideas here: http://visualstudio.uservoice.com/forums/121579-visual-studio/category/52115-performance

          Please use Visual Studio 2013 Preview (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=306566) and continue your feedback and votes– we highly value your feedback.

          Visual Studio Team

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            84 comments  ·  Visual Studio » Languages - C#  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

            TL; DR – We’re working on it and we’re super excited about it.

            Hey all,

            Just shooting you all an update on this since I can see some of you are wondering if we forgot about this issue. Unfortunately, with UserVoice we can only mark a suggestion as “Under Review”, “Declined”, or “Complete”; there’s no “Planned” or “In Progress” state which is why this suggestion is still marked “Under Review” even though we’ve been working on enabling this for a while.

            So here’s where we stand.
            1) We want this to work as much as you do. It’s not under review – it’s in progress.
            2) We figured out how to make it work; it simply requires rewriting everything.
            3) We’re rewriting everything.
            4) Rewriting everything takes a lot of time and a lot of testing.

            You see, the Immediate and Watch windows are powered by this thing called…

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