T4 Toolbox for Visual Studio 2013


Extends Text Templates with syntax colorization, error reporting, outlining, QuickInfo tooltips, statement completion, generation of multiple output files with source control integration, support for template parameters in Solution Explorer properties and more.

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by ab.hacid | November 02 2015

When you try to compile the solution there are multiples errors like this

This project references NuGet package(s) that are missing on this computer. Enable NuGet Package Restore to download them. For more information, see http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=322105. The missing file is ..\..\packages\StyleCop.MSBuild.\build\StyleCop.MSBuild.Targets. T4Toolbox C:\Users\Abdallah Hacid\Source\Repos\T4Toolbox2\src\T4Toolbox\T4Toolbox.csproj 48 Build

by Rajesh Kumar Maximus | May 12 2015

Thanks for the great extension, have been using this for many years now.

However after installing the latest edition, I get the error "could not load file or assembly 'T4Toolbox Version="

I am using this on vs2013 with .NET 4.5.2?

It was working earlier and I had to reinstall studio, after which when I installed the new extension, it does not work.

Did I miss something on my configurations?

Oleg V. Sych May 13 2015
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Thanks for reporting this. Can you open a new issue on GitHub (https://github.com/olegsych/t4toolbox/issues)? Please include a complete error message, it's appearance, etc.

by Alexandre Z. Chohfi | May 04 2015

by James Wilkins | April 24 2015

Not bad, but no code completion as stated. (using VS 2013)

by Vandaveer | March 19 2015

Provides no discernible syntax highlighting in Visual Studio 2013.

by Adam Plocher | October 17 2014

Shame, no support for Dark Theme in VS2013 (and presumably 2012). Unusable for me.

by k_matsui_ | April 21 2014

by Jimmy Main | January 16 2014

by Peter Kuhn | November 12 2013

Thanks for the update!

by Massimiliano.Donini | November 12 2013

The best syntax highlight extension for T4.