The famous Visual Studio code editor visualizer (C#, VB, C++)
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Removing a color label in the context menu deletes the property because the context menu shrinks and the delete button moves under the mouse which is really annoying.
Really useful extension, even if I probably don't use all the functionalities
Great extension, unfortunately the grouping by region is very sporadic in VS2015, as already mentioned by the last reviewer. Most of the time it doesn't work.
Michael Kiss [BG8] January 29 2016
Later edit: Marko, anybody using CodeMAP in VS2015 should actually switch to the edition found in Supercharger. Moving to a Roslyn-based custom code model allowed for an almost perfect code structure representation (regions included of course) plus it is muuuch faster.
Great timesaver, great extension!
the default Sorting of the sideview should be to keep my order of items in the code. I uninstalled it when I first tried it since it was mixing up the order I had, till I found out at some other machine that one can change the sorting to keep the order I have in my code
I have tried several similar code-structure visualizers, even Resharper's File Structure. This one is by far the most intuitive, easy-to-read, easy-to-underst
can not install it on vb 2010 , why ?
for long my must have for C#. In constant development and prices are bearable. However, I am pretty disappointed with still lacking of java script support.
great tool and this makes everything possible on code navigation in the file.
Echt ne super Sache! Kann ich jedem weiter empfehlen.
Brilliant! But when I installed the latest version of CodeMap and CommentExtender at the same time, "VS2013 Ultimate with Update 3" has TWO "VS10X" identical menus. This looks weird. Please fix this problem ASAP. Thanks.
I have JetBrains Resharper, Telerik JustCode, DevExpress CodeRush as well as the full CodeSmart suite. Each of these products have similarities and differences, but the only one I have kept installed is CodeSmart of which VS10x CodeMap is a part. Good work, Mr. Kiss!