BinsorShove Those Imports To Another File

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Because Binsor is strongly typed, you need to specify the imports for all the types you are using. It can get quite long, at times, because you are usually crossing the entire application, so basically every namespace you can think of is there.

I don't like that, it should be clear what is going on, and the imports should go elsewhere where they don't distract me. So I did it.

You can now write:

import namespaces from
#real code here

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