#1,159 – Managing using Directives, part II

You can add missing using directives by using the Resolve command.  You can also clean up the current list of using directives in a file, removing the ones that are no longer needed.

You can remove unneeded using directives by clicking anywhere within a file and selecting Organize Usings | Remove Unused Usings.

In the example below, we start out with 20 using directives at the top of the file.

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We then select Remove Unused Usings.

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After we execute this command, we’re left with only four using directives at the top of the file.

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About Sean
Software developer in the Twin Cities area, passionate about software development and sailing.

One Response to #1,159 – Managing using Directives, part II

  1. SteveG says:

    Ha! Never noticed this in the context menu. I’ve been removing usings manually all this time. Thank you for the tip.

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