Posts Tagged ‘rename refactoring’


PowerShell Studio 2014: Refactoring and Other Updates

Tuesday, October 14th, 2014 by David Corrales
In the last PowerShell Studio article, we spoke about the updates to the Function Builder in the v4.1.72 service build. Now we will discuss the other updates in the v4.1.72 build.   Improved Rename Refactoring - We greatly improved the Refactoring speed when renaming variables and parameters. - Refactoring now takes splatting into account when renaming function parameters and variables. - Refactoring now takes Set-Variable and Clear-Variable cmdlets into account. Improved Reference Highlighting To match the rename refactoring, our Reference Highlighting also takes into account the different ways variables and parameters are references: You can trigger Reference Highlighting by double…   More »

PowerShell Studio 2014: Rename Refactoring

Thursday, May 1st, 2014 by David Corrales
Another new feature of PowerShell Studio 2014 is rename refactoring. Rename refactoring allows you to intelligently rename variables, controls, parameters, functions and more. You start by right-clicking on the object you wish to rename to bring up the context menu. Then select Rename… from the menu: You are then presented with the rename dialog: Let us cover each field: New Name: Here you enter the new name for the selected object. Object Type: This field lets you know what type of object you are renaming. The field will display the following types: Object Type Description Event Updates the event variable…   More »