Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of refactor.
  • noun An act or process in which code is refactored.

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Examples

  • I think some social refactoring is long overdue; I think that programs like the one Jane Margolis and Allan Fisher led at Carnegie-Mellon, and described in their book Unlocking the Clubhouse, matter a lot more than copyright reform or the fight against software patents.

    "Why Aren't More Women in Science?"

  • I think some social refactoring is long overdue; I think that programs like the one Jane Margolis and Allan Fisher led at Carnegie-Mellon, and described in their book Unlocking the Clubhouse, matter a lot more than copyright reform or the fight against software patents.

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • This refactoring is motivated by students’ desire to quickly change the game’s parameters so that they each have a slightly different version of the game (guess a number between 1 and 10,000,000 isn’t uncommon!).

    William E. J. Doane PhD › Goodbye, Hello World?

  • Over the years I've become very good at refactoring; I've actually been called a refactoring machine.

    Scala over Ruby - My Debate Ends

  • Over the years I've become very good at refactoring; I've actually been called a refactoring machine.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • Improved rename refactoring, type inference, and navigation

    Javalobby - The heart of the Java developer community

  • Smart Indent, Outdent, and Pair matching, additional to syntactic and semantic highlighting, code folding, instant rename refactoring, mark occurrences

    Netvouz - new bookmarks

  • Smart Indent, Outdent, and Pair matching, additional to syntactic and semantic highlighting, code folding, instant rename refactoring, mark occurrences

    Netvouz - new bookmarks

  • Rename refactoring now provides name completion, and some of the other refactorings were thoroughly refactored themselves, to make them perform faster.

    ASP.NET Weblogs

  • Finalizing features that not fully implemented such as Move and Rename refactoring

    MSDN Blogs

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