Tip #62 | “Where-Used” in Visual Studio Code

The “Where-Used” in Visual Studio Code is nice, but not always productive. Today I wanted to see where a field was used and came up with an alternative I wanted to share.

ObsoleteState

If you mark a field ObsoleteState::Pending the compile will throw warnings everywhere the field is used. This allows you to quickly use the error window to jump through the code and check whatever you want…

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Tip #62 | “Where-Used” in Visual Studio Code

The “Where-Used” in Visual Studio Code is nice, but not always productive. Today I wanted to see where a field was used and came up with an alternative I wanted to share. ObsoleteState If you mark a field ObsoleteState::Pending the compile will throw warnings everywhere the field is used.

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Author: Mark Brummel

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