Does anyone knows how you can easily remove unused references in a .NET project?
right click it under References , and select delete?
Hehe, that’s how I do it now, I delete them all and then re-add the ones I need. Isn’t there a smarter solution that detects unused references? (like you would clean up using statements)
Resharper does that… not free, but it pays for itself in a few days of coding. It’s got all kinds of goodies. ReSharper: The Visual Studio Extension for .NET Developers by JetBrains
Try Reference assistant
Does what you need.
I think we should buy resharper at work. At home I’ll try reference assistant. Thanks both!
I don’t like ReSharper. I think it’s a crutch. Real programmers use instructions as memory addresses: The Story of Mel
Now, get off my lawn.
@ godefroi - lol
Did you succeed to install it on a VS2010 C# express edition? I didn’t succeed yet