The_Assimilator wrote:Lutz Roeder, a one-man show, released a high-quality tool that he maintained for many years. As soon as he turned it over to your "awesome developers", quality took a dive, and now you have the gall to charge us money for this tool because it allegedly takes a lot to maintain? You REALLY expect anyone to believe this crap?
JDelekto wrote:Well, as I see it, 'quality' of the product did not take a dive at all --in fact, it increase in quality when Red-Gate took it over, for the simple reason that the .NET languages have changed in form.
I can assure you that an older version of Lutz's Reflector would make more "garbledy-gook" out of the C# 3.0 language specification where the compiler used so much "syntactic sugar" it would make its teeth rot.
JDelekto wrote:I'm actually thankful that someone was able to take over the development of reflector so that one could make better sense of reading the code (though still not perfected) much better as the language itself generated new code.
JDelekto wrote:I happen to appreciate their products.
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