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Archive for November 14th, 2012

Interesting: Visual Studio Project Renamer | ComVisible

Posted by jpluimers on 2012/11/14

Over the course of development time, each suite of projects is bound to get some renames.

Doing that from the Visual Studio IDE is a pain, so I was glad to find Visual Studio Project Renamer by ComVisible.

Though it only supports C# and VB.NET projects (so no solution rename or rename of F#, Database or Reporting Service projects, nor stuff outside of the Microsoft realm like Prism).

These Just geeks: Renaming a Visual Studio Project link led me to the project.

Renaming solutions still is largely a manual operation as it involves renaming directories. You have to re-add some (sometimes all) projects later where this tool can come in handy: CoolCommands by SharpToolbox.

–jeroen

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