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    Michel Bretschneider commented  · 

    I suggest a "beta/canary" release channel with separate user profile, separate icon, separate Window title ("LINQPad 5 canary" or whatever) and separate exe name. This would make side-by-side installs easier and I wouldn't easily mix up my open production sessions with experimental/beta ones.

    PS: great work with Util.Dif - I had deep compare implemented my self some years ago but not as fancy

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    Michel Bretschneider commented  · 

    confirming James Walker: already included if you have autocompletion - although properties containing spaces and whatnot don't always get escaped with `` (i.e. worldBank.Countries.United States instead of worldBank.Countries.``United States``)

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    Michel Bretschneider commented  · 

    I just realized column mode editing is implemented in LinqPad5. I guess we can mark this suggestion as completed.

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    Michel Bretschneider commented  · 

    Why not use Util.Run from your code, or LPRun from ccommand line? This post is quite old and since there weren't any recent updates and we now have lprun it could be closed. Correct me if I'm wrong.

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    Michel Bretschneider commented  · 

    Integrating the google chart api would be nice for quick and dirty* charting. *) which leaves you at having that external service dependency
    it should leave simple tasks simple (MSChart don't) and maybe complex tasks at least possible. Starting with the simple tasks would suffice though. How about just facading MSChart and build a nuget package - as simple charting is nice to have in any project ;-) ?

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    Michel Bretschneider commented  · 

    What is your actual suggestion? When I type
    new List<String>{"One", "Two"}.
    Intellisense comes up with the usual List<T> suggestions plus applicable extension methods. Maybe your desired behaviour is already included. If so, just delete the suggestion or otherwise be a bit more specific.

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