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How to get rid of 'using' directives (automatically)

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Hi all,

I have some code from a different coder that starts with a lot of
'using' statements. To be able to read it more easily I'd like to get
rid of the 'using' directives and instead have all the code show the
fully qualified names.

Does anyone know a good trick (perhaps with regexes in the
search&replace?) or better yet a (freeware) tool that does this for
you?

Regards,
Jeroen

Sep 25 '06 #1
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Let me bump this topic once, perhaps now there is someone online that
knows the answer. If not, I'll just continue my search on the fora or
do it all by hand :'(...

Sep 25 '06 #2

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You're probably the only one that thinks using only fully qualified
names is 'more readable.'

You'll have to figure this out; I don't think many would want to do
this (as I think shorter, more conscise lines are more readable).

Jeroen wrote:
Let me bump this topic once, perhaps now there is someone online that
knows the answer. If not, I'll just continue my search on the fora or
do it all by hand :'(...
Sep 25 '06 #3

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