When I made the C#/Windows Forms version of .NETpad available on GitHub in late January, I wasn’t sure what to expect. To my surprise, outsiders have proposed some useful fixes and changes, and I’ve even approved a few of them, adding them into the master repository. And to my horror, I belatedly realized that this version of .NETpad is a bit rough from a code quality standpoint, and that I should have spent some time cleaning that up before it went live.
Ah well. You live, you learn. Here’s where we’re at.