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Created attachment 604 [details]
1) Run attached code.
2) Move cursor to the "Foo" class definition (line 18) and hit F2 to rename.
3) Type "MyFoo"
4) Click OK
Class name changed to "MyFoo", but neither constructor nor instantiation on line 11 are updated, thus breaking my code.
Rename should update all references.
Note: Renaming a public property on the class seems to work, so maybe this is just rename class names themselves.
It seems another bug in the code reformatting or auto complete removed an ending curly brace in my sample code, thus making the code invalid. Once this was fixed, rename now works.