Killed the performance of VS 2013 for me. Didn't realize how bad it was until I ran into web.config issues where there was a localdb connection string in machine config that kept creating an aspnetdb.mdf in my solutions under App_Data. Removed it from machine config and this extension started crashing on VS startup. Removed this extension and the localdb connection string and now my VS runs about 100x faster and starts up much quicker.
I've just installed this. I'm hoping not to experience the crashes people have been talking about because even in 5 minutes of use, I can see this is going to save me a TON of time. For complex JS applications, this would seem to be invaluable. Being able to see the code structure is amazing. Great work on this!
I'm in the same boat as AllenAdams. After upgrading to the latest version in VS2012, lots of things do not work now in VS2012. For example, the Start Page is non-existent, if you try to go to Extensions and Updates..., it completely crashes VS2012, etc. WTH?!
Sorry about that, I can confirm the issue happened with 3.7.2
If you experience this issue then you have to uninstall that version manually. Please find folder with corresponding assemblies in location c:\Users\username\AppData\Local\Microsoft\VisualStudio\11.0\ and delete whole folder with plugin. After that restart studio - it should help.
Currently I am in progress of moving parsing engine from Microsoft JScript compiler (which is kinda old) to new JInt parser (which contains C# port of Esprima parser). This is going to provide a lot of improvements, bugfixes and of course ES6 support.
It would be really useful to be able to do this in order to document code structure at a function level, monitor changes over time, etc.
I can do a screengrab, but it's not as useful.
I was working on performance tuning recently.
This extension cause a crash problem when click items on "Calling Functions" list in Function Details view for .VSP file, recorded by VS performance profiler.
Hi, I installed this hoping it would help with syntax issues in an MVC view. I cannot find this in Visual Studio anywhere nor doe it seem to work with an MVC view.
Can anyone enlighten on if this is possible?
Go into extension options and add the missing "master" extension to the partial ignore list:
The default value for this list is kinda broken, with two entries for "aspx" and none for "master".
Some extra info after a few more searches,,,
Visual Studio message on install attempt:
This extension is not installable on any currently installed products.
Searched everywhere for a solution...
Not solved but found this info that can be relevant for a a next release...
Please hurry,,, ;-)
I've used in the past this extension, and was happy.
I just installed it again, but the latest version generates high noise.
It parses all jquery $( ... ) call,
it parses all jquery method, example: css>?, prop>?
How can we turn this off?