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Many of our ThreadPool.QueueUserWorkItem calls do not catch exceptions. This means that any exceptions in them will cause MD to crash. They should be audited to make sure they log the error, and if appropriate, report it to the user in a user friendly way.
For example, MonoDevelop.Refactoring.FindDerivedClassesHandler
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