I am just transitioning from Eclipse to Wing IDE for my Python code. In Eclipse I had an option to "rename" objects. I could take any object defined in my code, it could be a variable or a function or a method or whatever, and I could rename it automatically in all the files that referenced it.
Is there a similar feature in Wing IDE?
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BTW, one somewhat related thing we're doing is adding better global replace.So their advanced search, even based on regex, is still the refactoring of the day for this 3.1.8 Wing IDE: as said in 2007, the 3.0, 3.1 releases were focused on debugging even though:.
[...]This isn't informed by source analysis but it's still a useful tool for some kinds of refactoring (like renaming poorly named variables or classes)..
Refactoring is in our plans for future releases..(but not yet for the upcoming 3.2, it seems: see here the full CHANGELOG). .