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October 11, 2010

Renaming Namespaces

Filed under: .NET,C#,Software Development,Visual Studio — Larry Parker @ 4:04 pm

Did you know that you can use Visual Studio’s refactoring feature to rename namespaces?  Just position the cursor over the portion of the namespace that you want renamed and press F2 (or right-click and select Refactor | Rename), and Visual Studio will rename all occurrences of the namespace in your solution.

For example, from this (place the cursor somewhere over “Server”):

namespace MyApp.Server
{
    // ...
}

to this (after renaming to “Client” in the Rename dialog box):

namespace MyApp.Client
{
    // ...
}

Pretty handy feature!

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1 Comment »

  1. Larry,
    Thanks for that one.
    It is very handy feature, and one I did know existed. But, VS is so big you probably can never know all of the “tricks” and handy features.
    Craig

    Comment by aussiecraig — October 12, 2010 @ 2:47 am | Reply


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