Saturday, August 30, 2008
F# CTP Comment Selection
I find myself using "Comment Selection" often as I hack up quick scripts. Before the F# CTP, doing "Comment Selection" (Ctrl-K, Ctrl-C) would simply add (* *) around the selection. This makes it hard to uncomment specific lines. Now it goes and adds // in front of each line. Small things like this, in aggregate, decide a great IDE. For as much as I dislike some C# language decisions, their code editor is the best of anything I've ever seen.
Oh yea, the IntelliSense is also now WAY better. What's still missing is the "always active autocomplete", although I suspect this is harder in F#'s #light syntax than in C#.
Saturday, August 30, 2008 6:10:59 PM UTC
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