CodeMaid

Free

CodeMaid is an open source Visual Studio extension to cleanup and simplify our C#, C++, F#, VB, PHP, PowerShell, R, JSON, XAML, XML, ASP, HTML, CSS, LESS, SCSS, JavaScript and TypeScript coding.

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Visual Studio
2015, 2013, 2012, 15
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4/23/2016
10.1.93
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by 顶宣 | at 4:28 AM

This list is invalid extension!

此扩展清单无效!

by Wahid Bitar | Mon 6:46 AM

by Pascal Hubert | Sat 9:48 PM

Thank you!

by Wilhelm.Medetz | May 18 2016

by Markus Kammerer | May 09 2016

by dirq | May 04 2016

Very awesome tool. I use the formatting feature the most and I love it. Thank you!

Steve Cadwallader May 04 2016
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You're very welcome! :)

by FluckFluck | May 03 2016

Spade/Digging/File structure is just perfect. Perfect replacement from VSCommands file structure VS2010 to VS2012 (useless)

by ASPX_BR | May 02 2016

perfect, slim, fast,beautiful

Steve Cadwallader May 02 2016
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Thanks! :)

by SaranGraviton | April 29 2016

by keshwh | April 19 2016

by lazycoder97 | April 18 2016

by Damian Suess | April 08 2016

Thank you all the contributors of CodeMaid. You make my life so much easier! This utility even fills the gaps in my OCD

Steve Cadwallader April 08 2016
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*grin* thanks, that's wonderful to hear. :)

by tobias.loew | April 05 2016

Nice tool for small solutions/projects - but problems with large code-bases.
Breaks VS 2015: Several hangs when trying to open context menues; Slowing down build-times dramatically when building large solution (>200 projects) with parallel-build (32 in parallel) (sometimes even leading to compilation errors due to compiler timeouts in intel's fortran compiler)

Steve Cadwallader April 05 2016
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I'm sorry to hear you had such a bad experience. :(

If you would like to open issues on GitHub and work together, I'd be more than happy to try and get to the bottom of what you were seeing. CodeMaid does not interact with the build process (other than showing an optional progress bar) so I would be particularly interested to find out what you were seeing that pointed towards CodeMaid. I've successfully used CodeMaid on solutions of >150 projects.

by Vipinunnikrishnan | March 30 2016

Thanks Steve. That helped.

by Seyla Guov | March 20 2016

Awesome concept and execution. Will CodeMaid play well with the SuperCharger extension?

Steve Cadwallader March 20 2016
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Thanks. I'm not familiar with the SuperCharger extension, but we play well with many many others.

by Subramn | March 17 2016

is it possible to mention to new enhancements added with this version?

Steve Cadwallader March 17 2016
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Yep, please check out our blog with release notes here: http://www.codemaid.net/news/

by ddur.GitHub | March 03 2016

by Andrew - QLD, Brisbane | January 21 2016

Great tool. Easy. Simple. Never had any problems. Does exactly what you want it to.

Steve Cadwallader January 21 2016
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Thanks, I appreciate hearing that. :)

by ReisorDev | January 14 2016

by FeydCron | January 12 2016

Could be a really helpful extension but I need to deactivate it since in VS2012 I recognized some (inacceptable) stability and performance issues:
* drastic decreasing of IntelliSense update speed
* sporadic hang of VS2012 during project reload after doing a TFS merge
* sporadic hang of VS2012 due to some "background task" which won't complete - Also seems to be related to IntelliSense updates

All these issues were gone after deactivation, so there definitely exists problem.

Steve Cadwallader January 12 2016
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:( Really sad to hear you had a bad experience in VS2012. If you'd be interested in working through it together, it would be really helpful to open an issue on GitHub with additional information like what other tools/extensions you had installed, what project language you were using, etc.

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