In case you have not got this item on your list of things to do in VS 2017, can I remind you just how useful is the facility with C# in VS to show which 'Using' statements in the file headers are not used by the code we have below the header, in that code file.
Even if the automatic 'removal' facility for unused namespaces is not available, it is VERY useful to know which of my many 'USING's are not required.
At the moment I seem to have long lists just to make sure I haven't got one missing ;-0)
Here is a perfect example of mine :-
If anyone has used C# they will know how useful this facility is, and to all guys using X#, even those that never see C#.
Any chance of seeing this sometime ?
In fact Microsoft provide the same (or similar) facility in the XAML text editor for WPF. This is not quite as important as the X# code PRGs.