This extension allows user to sort methods and other elements in code by various conditions: name, type (field, method, class, enum, ...), modifiers (private, public, virtual, static, const, ...)
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Great tool , I relly need it. I just want to ask a little thing.
Teh Markos October 20 2012
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Thank you for your positive review.
I've downloaded and installed version 1.3 on VS2010 for C# environment. It worked fine without source code corruption or other problems then complied my app perfectly... Thanks Markos!
This is exactly the tool I've been looking for, but... it didn't work. It resulted in totally corrupted source files. When the developer needs samples of corrupted sources - I can send them. Just send me a message.
Crash and code lost!!!!
I applaud the effort and having such a tool would be quite useful. Unfortunately, running this did not leave my code in an equivalent state of correctness. It removed the ‘///’ from the first <summary> comment tag, indented my local class variables to the far left margin. It also indented all the ‘/// <summary>’ and ‘/// </summary>’ tags to the far left, but left the content properly indented. I stopped looking after that, didn’t even check the reordering. If the author is inclined this project might benefit from a source release on one of the project sites (like codeplex) where more eyes (and hands) can help.
Good idea and useful when it is working.
Really nice addin, though I do get the occasional VS 2010 crash whilst using it.
Nice tool, but killing some code lines following the namespace, i.e. if there are n empty lines after the namespace and the first nonempty line is intended, the first n lines are skipped.
No crashes, much faster then other plugins or macros for sorting. Verry nice and rich settings. It doesnt damage your code. Much apritiated Markos.
Directly removed as it crash visual studio
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