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When I started this website, at the beginning of the century, refactoring was relatively unknown and tools were rare. As a result I kept up this page to list refactoring tools that were available. Now (late 2008) refactoring is relatively common as are tools to support it. I've never really tried hard to keep up with tool developments, so the listing here was getting more and more hit and miss. So I've decided to close the page down.
Most software development tools now have some kind of refactoring support, although that support certainly is variable. But to find out more you're better off with general tool review information and asking around. In particular, do remember that I don't track refactoring tools, so am not a good person to ask about them.