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The "split declaration and assignment" command should convert var to explicit type.
For example, it currently converts:
var i = 5;
to the following uncompilable code:
i = 5;
Instead it should convert it to
i = 5;
I always wanted to fix that.
For some reason I did, but commented out that code (from the looks I would say it was an API change). More strangely I had a unit test checking the wrong behaviour.
Anyways it's fixed now and the test is adjusted :)