Besides hating regions, I hate summary blocks too! We're about to begin documenting code now and want to include XML documentation. Since we're also highly reliant on "collapse-to-definitions" for a quick class overview, sorted by scope, I really don't like to see any additional lines in between for instance, grouped methods. Is it possible to include support for these in the future as well? Preferrably, like hide the collapsed line completely or make them so small they don't add significant space in between collapsed methods and properties and so on? That would this addon even more perfect ;)
Yep, will try to get to that soon. It's always a battle keeping up with these, I thought the latest version was marked for any VS version but I guess not...
In the meantime, this has worked for past versions so it might get you buy for a bit:
AlbertWeinert - Download the vsix file, change the manifest and add vs11, also change .net framework max to 4.5. Install over the "new" vsix. Works.
(the vsix I think is just a .zip file)
Thanks for the tip - installed no problem after adding the following to the manifest:
This is a great little tool, thanks for making it! One thing that irks me, though, is that this extension causes any #region line to be rendered in a smaller font, which I find distracting. How do I turn that off? (I don't want to turn off #region coloring, which I really like -- I just don't want it to make the font smaller.)
Great extension!! I love using this extension!!
My organization recently updated to Visual Studio 2013 and this extension is no longer compatible, are there any plans to update this for Visual Studio 2013?
I am completely the opposite of you. I love Regions as they are the cure for spaghetti code.
My product, Regionizer, available at http://regionizer.codeplex.com formats C# code files into regions for private variables, methods, events and properties.
The events, methods and properties are all alphabetically sorted so you no matter the coding style of anyone on your team, the documents are all formatted the same way.
I can't stand code that ins't formatted using Regionizer, so to each their own, but if you like regions, you will like Regionizer.
The only thing I could not figure out was how to expand and collapse all regions using the DTE, if you know of a way please tell me.
I would like you to compare my source code to yours and you tell me if you like your style better after using Regionzer.
Download Rad Studio Code Generation Toolkit (http://radstudio.codeplex.com) to see a sample of code formatted using Regionizer.
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