Regionerate - c# region maker

on June 24th, 2007 at 9:25am , , , 2 responses

Check out this nice tool from Omer Rauchwerger.

 

It could help a team to manage a coding convention. Should be very useful in Open Source environments. For example, when committing changes to castle project (or sending a patch) there is a coding standard than needs to be followed. Regionerate could help a lot with that effort.

 

I need to see if it can select methods and properties by attributes. It could then help making MonoRail controllers and ActiveRecord decorated classes more readable (region of all actions with a "SkipFilterAttribute", region of "Property" and region of "HasMany", etc.)

 

UPDATE:

Silly me, I forgot to mention that I found about this great tool at Roy Osherov's blog. A very good one, that is. Many Agile related stuff, and funny little things, too. So go on and subscribe to it's feed.

Eran Nachum Eran Nachum on June 24th, 2007 at 9:04am
Nice... But where do your find these kinda things...? :)
Omer Rauchwerger Omer Rauchwerger on July 2nd, 2007 at 5:52am
Ken,Thank you for your kind words.I must mention that Regionerate is currently at Public Beta, so it is still far from its first release.I am trying to follow the "Release early, release often" mantra, so the Public Beta still lacks some features which will be available on v1.0 and I am releasing a new version with bug fixes and new features every couple of days.Your idea of filtering by kinds of attribute is great and I will try to release it in the next version, so keep an eye out :-)Thank you.-- rauchy.






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