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Currently, when you rename a variable, you have to rename all the places where you are using the variable manually. It would be helpful to have a "smart rename" option which, after renaming the variable will update its uses.
I think Find & Replace does most of what you're asking for. Also, even if this were implemented, a user would still have to manually go and change any code modules that referenced that variable.
I completely disagree. "Rename/Refactor" has been an extremely useful feature in many Development Environments even though Find & Replace has been around for many years. I don't see a reason why a "Rename/Refactor/Smart Rename" function couldn't when a variable is renamed, intellingently rename the variable in all contexts including Code Modules.
Even nicer, if this smart feature was also able to tell you when you had an orphen variable too i.e. one that's no longer used anywhere in the current sequence. Sure it'd never be 100% accurate, since you theorhetically could reach across sequences via API and be clever, but even if it was just a subtle 'fyi, i don't think this is used anymore' hint as a color change or alert symbol... that could be very useful during development and leverages the same basic underlying connection tracing...
EMR: You can do that with the TestStand Sequence Analyzer included in TestStand 2010 and later.
I don't consider this to be fully implemented - for example, you can't smart-rename a variable into/out-of a container.
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