14 January 2008

One Line - Find Usages Advanced

When you want to search for all overloads of a method, or search for type and its members usages, or search in referenced libaries in addition to source code - use Find Usages Advanced command (ReSharper | Search | Find Usages Advanced...).


Drew Noakes said...

Could you please explain the option 'Late bound references'? Does this search for usages in strings?

Ilya Ryzhenkov said...

Late-bound references are bound to specific member at runtime, by CLR. They can happen in Visual Basic .NET source code, with Option Strict Off, or in XAML and some other places. Search in strings and comments will be available in ReSharper 4.