VS10x Code MapTrial
Powerful Visual Studio code editor visualizer (C#, VB, C++)
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great plugin! I fell in love with it using the trial version. I use it in combination with Re-sharper! Great tool for navigation! Great customer service as well!
most each day an update - horrible..
Michael Kiss [AxTools] December 03 2011
We usually update once a week, even rarer sometimes. Last update was after a 4-day interval because we had significant improvements to publish. You can always skip an update or uninstall if you don't like such a frequently serviced tool. And BTW, odd justification for rating a tool 1 star.
Can I using like that
It's a great extension that severely speeds up my development, especially when working with code from others.
This is a fabulous extension and well worthy of 5 stars. It's quite slow on larger files, so I've disabled it for files with more than 2000 lines, which fortunately is an option.
It helps me !! Thanks
I am still having issues with Visual Studio restarting when using the Code Map and the intellisense launches. This issue appeared to have been fixed in comments a while back, but I am still having the problem and I do have the latest installed. I just got a new hard drive and had the issue on both the old and the new hard drive. I am using Visual Studio 2010, vb, and the only other extensions I use are Enterprise Library 5, Productivity Power Tools, Visual Studio Color Theme Editor and the VS10x Method Block Highlighter. I have disabled everything else and it only happens when I enable the Code Map. Any ideas?
Good idea poor from a crash point of view.
Michael Kiss [AxTools] November 08 2011
Oct 9: Unfortunately I have not been able to reproduce any of these two crashes, i.e. when detaching a code window to another monitor - tested in a dual monitor system, and when editing any line (!).
Great tool? Slows down launch and file opens a bit, but well worth it. Should have been part of VS to start MS!
A reasonably useful tool which makes it easy to navigate my code. I'm just a (poor) student right now so I don't have the money to buy a license, so for that reason I'll be uninstalling it. You have every right to charge for a tool which you have spent over a year developing. I'd be inclined to agree however that the license is a little costly for the functionality, but people must be paying it or you'd lower it. Thanks for the good times anyway ;) (Rating reflects value for money)
Liked some features but it is too slow and I ended up using alternative extension.
Great enhancements, for the supported code files, I prefer it over Resharpers and VSCommands Pro (I have both paid for) File Structure windows.
Great product. I discoved an issue with the side panel performance and they had it fixed in less than 24 hours. One of my favorite extensions for Visual Studio.
nice but not free