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comment Linking in code comments (to other unique anchors/comments)
And I'm guessing that a development team could therefore have a policy in place whereby a team member wishing to change or delete a class or class member should be performing a search for comments/documentation that mention the relevant item using these "strongly-typed" links. However, for more lengthy discussions on design decisions already taken, I suppose you could use the 'remarks' bit for outgoing links to a wiki article. I would personally use a wiki for my ultimate solution then (hyperlinks that aren't class- or member-specific).
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comment Linking in code comments (to other unique anchors/comments)
C#, Visual Studio 2010 with ReSharper.
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