[MonoDevelop] Finding classes.
Robert at ConnectWise.com
Fri Nov 16 10:47:54 EST 2007
> * Alt-Shift-O and Control-Shift-T, seems odd that they would
> use different prefixes for a common operation.
There is a plugin for Visual Studio that I cannot live without called
In Resharper, to find a type name, you use Control-N, to find a file you
use Control-Shift-N, and to find any symbol, you use
Those are commands that are hard to live without once you get used to
One other thing that might be interesting to "borrow" from Resharper is
the stacktrace explorer. The way it works is that you can copy any
stack trace to your clipboard, and then within Visual Studio, you just
type control-shift-E and it will bring up the stack trace with each
position shown as a hyperlink. When you click on the hyperlink, it will
navigate directly to that file / line.
That command is VERY useful, as you often receive stack traces from
others via email, etc.
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