PowerCommands for Visual Studio 2010

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PowerCommands 1.0 is a set of useful extensions for the Visual Studio 2010 IDE.

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2012, 2010
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8/18/2010
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by MGGSOFT | Fri 6:51 AM

Only by collapse tool, it is usefull.

by Ed (DareDevil57) | August 14 2014

Thank you

by fokytapia | July 29 2014

by Shiv_p | January 29 2014

by Technologist | November 04 2013

Any planing for VS 2013 ?

by Leonardo Lourenço Silva | November 01 2013

helped me a lot !!!

by SHEN ZHENJIA | October 11 2013

by Rithesh Krishnan | September 30 2013

Can't imagine the VS without the power commands.

by D. Chatterjee | May 20 2013

Very simple and making more user friendly

by Sergio Parra | April 27 2013

It's easy to use and saves a lot of time for common tasks.

by TheRealRedtetrahedron | April 25 2013

Great tools, when they work. There are bugs, especially with Copy/Paste References, which doesn't work at all (E_FAIL), and it appears no there has been no work on the project for 2.5 years. Release the source to the community so we can update it and fix bugs.

by Micah Tan | April 23 2013

Time saver.

by Carsten Siemens | April 18 2013

It's easy to use and saves time.

by Peter Pressacco | April 09 2013

by Gültekin SEZER | April 09 2013

This is the thing really what i am looking for.

by RadCam | February 14 2013

Saves some much time on tasks I do all the time! Love it!

by Opus4210 | January 13 2013

I recently installed VS2010 on a different system and greatly felt the loss of these tools.

by Hani Khoshdel-Nikkhoo | January 04 2013

by Oliver_Kurowski | December 25 2012

5 stars. "Format document on save / Remove and Sort Usings on save" is just essential

by Polyakov Roman | December 22 2012

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  • Keep selected namespaces when automatically removing and sorting usings on save
    1 Posts | Last post December 01, 2010
    • It would be great if there was an option to keep selected namespaces when remove and sort usings is done on save. It would be especially usefull for System namespace which is mostly used by every class, and System.Linq namespace which it is not possible to quickly add by pressing Ctrl+. on type name.
      
      If this feature was implemented, it would be no longer necessary to write any using manually at all.
      
      Martin
  • Close All But Pinned issue
    1 Posts | Last post November 29, 2010
    • If you have multiple edited unpinned items and do a "Close All But Pinned", you get multiple save prompts instead of the consolidated save prompt you would get if you did a "Close All But This". 
  • Remove and Sort Using
    1 Posts | Last post November 27, 2010
    • Man! it's not a question, kind of statement.
      
      It's a great function, but never use this function if your code runs under SVN.
      You'll have to commit your code and deal with conflicts in the next update or you'll have to revert your code and do everything again. 
      
      If it has at least a confirm step like "You REALLY want to do that?"...but that's not the point. It will give you a headache fixing the code.
      
      See ya!
      
  • Open Command Prompt doesn't use COMSPEC it uses hardcoded CMD.EXE
    1 Posts | Last post November 15, 2010
    • It isa failure to assume that all users us CMD.EXE as command prompt.
      The PowerCommands should use the COMSPEC environment variable to get the current selected Command Line executor!
      
      I personally use 4NT/TCC (from JPSoft) over years!
  • Collapse All as Opposed to Collapse Projects
    3 Posts | Last post October 26, 2010
    • I would like to be able to collapse all as opposed to just collapse projects.  For example, Solution Folders do not get collapsed when you select Collapse Projects.  I was able to modify the 2008 version of the Power Commands to accomplish this because the source code was available.  Any chance the source code will be published soon for the 2010 version?
      
      Thanks,
      Eric
    •  1.... 
    • i mean "yes please"
  • Open ILDasm command?
    1 Posts | Last post October 06, 2010
    • An additional command that would be nice is an "Open in ILDasm" command when you click on a dll.  I help with a .Net class and often times we want to show the IL to make a point - and this command would make it so easy.
      
      I added something similiar to my PowerCommands project for Reflector (http://powercommands.codeplex.com/) - but I would love to have it in Visual Studio instead.
  • Format document on save doesn't work in all cases
    1 Posts | Last post September 19, 2010
    • It'd be nice to have this feature trigger every time the file is saved, not only on the save command is invoked.
      
      The files are saved when building, for example, but they're not formatted by the extension.
  • Feature
    4 Posts | Last post September 10, 2010
    • Hi,
      
      Is it possible to cange the command "Remove and Sort Usings on save" into two commands: "Remove Usings on save" and "Sort Usings on save"?
      
      Its getting really bad when the code is saved in release state and then uploaded. Someone else checks out and tries to build in debug state and he is missing all the Usings for the additional code. so i don't want to remove the Usings, but sort them to match the StyleCop settings.
      
      Would be great! 
      Thanks.
    • I second this, definitely. I'd also like a "Remove usings on close" feature as I'm finding I'm adding a new class and losing the default usings (which I plan to use) very quickly as I first hit save after just a couple of lines and then have to put them back in manually as I go.
    • I agree!
    • I agree this change would be very nice to have!
  • As a part of Productivity Power Tools
    1 Posts | Last post September 09, 2010
    • Any plans to incorporate with Productivity Power Tools?
      
      Both extensions complement each other, but sometimes they overlap (e.g. collapsing solution explorer tree or close tabs commands).
  • How to install on a machine without internet access
    2 Posts | Last post September 06, 2010
    • VS2008 PowerCommands download was an msi that could be installed on any machine. Why no msi with VS2010?
      
      I'm trying to work out what to do with the PowerCommands.vsix folder that i've downloaded to enable the ExtensionManager to pick it up.
      
      Any ideas welcome...
      
      Cheers
    • Sorted it, somehow it saved as a folder but if i kept it as unknown type vsix, my machine with VS2010 installed recognised it.
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