I cannot live without the output window highlighting, debug as, and solutions badges. The solution badges feature alone makes this worthwhile - I often have a half dozen or more instance of Visual Studio open and being able to identify which is which is a life-saver.
"VSCommands is developed by a small group of passionate developers who believe coding should be fun and with right tools nothing is impossible! Since its first release in 2010, VSCommands has been downloaded over 2,000,000 times and is used daily by tens of thousands of developers worldwide."
That's all great, but,
That's a valid point.
There was a brief features description before, but it seems that it might have been removed in error. I'll update it shortly.
You can see details of all features here: http://vscommands.squaredinfinity.com/features
The Visual Studio Gallery lists this extension as "free", however, on the homepage I can find various purchase options. Is the VSCommands plugin free or not free?
Is "Lite" the free version and "Pro" the to-purchase version? If yes, why is the downloadable product version at VS-Gallery the Pro version?
You can always get information about latest updates from http://vscommands.com/blog
Information about this specific update is here: http://vscommands.com/release-notes/3.0.5
Hope it helps,
It works now. Many thanks!
I noticed that the default regex for the branch does not handle 'trunk'. This resulted in my soluton name showing up as branch name and solution name in the solution window title. The following regex covers trunk as well as branches:
Best regards, Michael
I am facing license activation issue for VSCommands(126.96.36.199) for Microsoft Visual Studio 2013.
Issue : For activating VSCommands, i need to browse license file. After browsing file, i need to relaunch the Visual Studio and then only vscommands activation gets reflected.
Can anyone please explain :
1. Why the application activation is not getting reflected as soon as i browse the license file ?
2. Why we need to relaunch the Visual Studio to reflect the activation changes and if so may i know the process name causing this behaviour ?
3. Is there any alternative way to install license so that activation will be reflected in first launch of Visual Studio itself ?
Sorry for not getting to you earlier, I was away for Christmas/New Year with very limited access to internet.
You can automatically deploy your license by following these steps (only works with Site and Enterprise licenses):
1. Place license file in Documents\Visual Studio 2012 directory
%UserProfile%\My Documents\Visual Studio 2012
2. Next time Visual Studio starts it will apply the license file
At the moment there's no way to do it without restarts though, if you can give me more details about your scenario then I can change it for you in next release.
VSCommands Early Access Release has expired
Please download latest version from vscommands.com or Extension Manager.
When will the update be out?
Thanks for the extension!
There seems to be a bug: I can't use right click -> Debug -> Start Without Debugging on an Azure project (i.e. a project that defines two cloud services) -- nothing at all happens. I can use it on other project types, so I'm assuming this one is just not supported; it'd be great if you could fix this. :-)