I love how acetext just keeps a simple list of everything that's been dumped in your clipboard.But isn't that true of all clipboard enhancers? Which begs the question, what are the special requirements of a code snippet program over and above regular clipboard enhancers?
For me, it's integration with the IDE past simple C&P, i.e. variable substitution, the ability to categorize, and the ability to highlight.
I use a combination of snip-it pro (mentioned above) and coderush. I didn't mention code rush before, because its quite expensive, and there were already complaints of the price of snip-it pro (
) But adding either CodeRush or ReSharper increases productivity so much once you get used to using it and get it set up, that IMO it's well worth the price...