ReShearper



  • Ignoring for a moment that the caption of that checkbox is a blatant lie, I'm digging this spelling error in ReSharper.

    ReSharper's usability is in the sewer, but that's ok because "it's only a developer's tool, and developers don't care about usability". Ugh. I hate this shit so much.


  • sockdevs

    Was your spelling mistake in the title deliberate?

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    Edit - PJH: Seriously? Have a badge.



  • What!? A spelling error in the title!?

    Yes, you idiot. Cripes.

    BTW if you care, that checkbox's caption is a liar because, if checked, it removes Visual Studio's "Organize Usings" menu item disappear, but ReSharper does not have any equivalent to "Organize Usings", so it's not replaced by something else, it's just fucking gone. But if unchecked, the contextual menu not only is not contextual (not that the VS one was good about that either), but is also 574,342,654 items long and impossible to find anything on. Ugh.


  • sockdevs

    cripes! my secret identity as a Resharpeer dev is out!

    :stuck_out_tongue:

    nah. i don't work for jetbrains, but that's the sort of misspelling i would do....


  • sockdevs

    @blakeyrat said:

    Yes, you idiot. Cripes.

    Hey dude, chill; girl just asked a question, s'all ;)
    @accalia said:
    i don't work for jetbrains, but that's the sort of misspelling i would do

    And of course
    @accalia said:
    Resharpeer

    ;)

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  • Not at a dev box, but isn't the shortcut for "Organize Usings" replaced with the ReSharper layout.....I will try to remember to check when I get home tonight....



  • @TheCPUWizard said:

    Not at a dev box, but isn't the shortcut for "Organize Usings" replaced with the ReSharper layout.....I will try to remember to check when I get home tonight....

    I'm talking about the contextual menu, not the shortcut. So whether it is or not is irrelevant to my complaint.

    The only thing in the bullshit ReSharper adds to the contextual menu that performs an "Organize Usings" is "Code Cleanup" which 1) does 548,000 other things I don't want, and 2) takes like 30 seconds to run on a decent-sized file.


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    @RaceProUK said:

    Was your spelling mistake in the title deliberate?

    :rolleyes:

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  • @PJH said:

    :rolleyes:

    Needs more "wooosh".



  • @blakeyrat said:

    but that's ok because "it's only a developer's tool, and developers don't care about usability". Ugh. I hate this shit so much.

    This is true, I've seen developer tools that made the simplest tasks incredibly complicated. I often wondered "how the hell can they ship something like this"? But I'm pretty sure the answer is "because developers would never dare to say that they find something hard to use, for fear of being seen as stupid".

    I had to do some classroom work with PICs using MPLAB 8 IDE (admittedly not the latest version, but still no excuse) and I think we spent like 30% of the time re-configuring the obscure library paths that got borked if you so much as renamed a file.



  • Wait, what is this? But it's not open source, how can it be so terrible? You must be lying, only open sores is this bad surely?



  • "All open source is bad" does not imply "all closed source is good".



  • Garbage in, garbage out.



  • There's oracle products, for starters.



  • @blakeyrat said:

    Ignoring for a moment that the caption of that checkbox is a blatant lie, I'm digging this spelling error in ReSharper.

    Yeah, that's the worst spell of weather we've had in a long while.



  • @da_Doctah said:

    Yeah, that's the worst spell of weather we've had in a long while.

    Whether that's true for weather that's true...


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