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Archive for May 16th, 2012

Adding a “Reverse Assignment” to CodeRush for Visual Studio .NET (via: Q35048 – DevExpress Support Center, Knowledge Base, Code Samples)

Posted by jpluimers on 2012/05/16

As a Delphi user, I’m missing the “Reverse Assignment” feature in the Visual Studio version of CodeRush.

Since CodeRush is very extendable (Mark is still explaining to people how the idea for that came from Delphi Packages back in the mid 90s), you can add this one yourself, as the a answer to this DevExpress support issue shows:


Is there a quick way to reverse the assignment in CodeRush?  For example:

Field[“test1”] = edTest1.Value;
Field[“test2”] = edTest2.Value;

edTest1.Value = Field[“test1”];
edTest2.Value = Field[“test2”];

I know Delphi had this capability in its refactoring, does CodeRush for Visual Studio?


Daniel Schipper

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