ducasse at iam.unibe.ch
Thu Jan 19 19:07:53 UTC 2006
By the way nigel
I suggest you to
have a look at
- Shout (syntax highliter)
- eCompletion (great I'm eager to see the integration of
eCompletion with the typer of roel
- Keymapping to change your shortcuts.
- Monticello to manage your code.
On 19 janv. 06, at 04:15, Nigel Thorne wrote:
> Hi Guys,
> I have been using Resharper with C# for a long time and have come
> to rely on automated refactorings for rapid development. I have
> been fully aware that refactoring's origins are in the smalltalk
> community. I am therefore amazed that on first impressions the
> refactoring support in Squeak doesn't seem to be very extensive. I
> find this hard to believe, so I must be missing something..
> I have the refactoring browser installed and use it as my code
> editor. I have managed to rename classes and methods fine. I found
> a bug with 'extract local variable' but it mainly seems to work ok.
> Are there any shortcut key presses I can use rather than reverting
> to using the mouse to perform each of these refactorings?
> I feel that smalltalk has the potential to be my all time favorite
> development language, I just need to get my head around how to fly
> around the Squeak UI and use it as an IDE.
> Has anyone got any pointers?
> please forgive the new-bee questions. If there is a better place to
> ask these then please let me know.
> Thanks in advance.
> Nigel Thorne
> Extreme Programmer & Coach
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