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GeneralWho needs classes anyway? Pin
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So I did an update of Visual Studio 2022 yesterday.
I already noticed type-checking, and basically any kind of checking, for .cshtml files was completely Elephant | [mastadon] ed.
But now I'm noticing I can't add a class to my project.
The class template is simply missing in the add new item dialog.
Basically the whole reason for Visual Studio's existence is so that we can write classes, no matter what framework you're using (WinForms, WPF, WCF, ASP...) they all use classes extensively.
And now they removed that template.
Luckily I can still add a tx spout file for storm topology though (I have no idea what that is) Laugh | :laugh:

Ah well, guess I'll just write "class Something { }" in an empty code file myself, not a really big deal if you know what you're doing.
It's annoying that the default item for add new item is now a XAML file though (in a Web API project) D'Oh! | :doh:
You have to wonder how something like this could happen though Unsure | :~

<Update>
This only seems to be a problem for .NET Framework projects, it's still there in my .NET Core projects Unsure | :~
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