Clearly MS hasn’t caught up with the third party tools that are out there? Which do you guys use?
I've used Refactor!Pro on a previous project and liked it quite a bit. I assume a lot of these include the same basic features. Perhaps the difference is in the number of refactorings and additional features outside of refactoring.

ReSharper seems to be the most widely used. But, does it give the most bang for your buck?  Does it meet the needs of a cost conscious start-up developer like myself?

What are your thoughts?

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posted on Tuesday, August 5, 2008 3:59 PM
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# re: C# Refactoring Tools: Which One?
posted by Pieter
on 8/6/2008 4:26 AM
Refactor! Pro is the best.
I've used it and ReSharper for years and Refactor! Pro kicks butt. There are also constant and regular updates and tonnes of Refactorings. Best bit for VB.NET devs is that Refactor for VB.NET is free.

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