F# Depth Colorizer
Use the F# parse control-flow depth to colorize code to show structure (fsharp)
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Help with readability. I find it also really helps when explaining code to someone who is unfamiliar with fsharp.
Nice extension, but I found Indent Guides which seems to be less visually intrusive. http://visualst
udiogallery.msd n.microsoft.com /e792686d-542b- 474a-8c55-63098 0e72c30
Nice work. This makes a huge difference to the readability of F# code. I've noticed a couple of things it seems to get wrong, e.g. when using the "interface" keyword the line immediately following seems to be slightly wrong. In the following: interface IAccount with member this.Date with get() = pr.Date member this.EffDate with get() = effDate "member this.Date with " is light grey, when I would expect it to be darker grey. Really great extension though. Now all I need is enhanced syntax highlighting and I'll be truly happy ;-) Thanks, Paul
A standalone colorizer editor for this extension can be found at http://fscolori
This is way better than curly braces! Sweet!
As most good ideas, it's simple yet so helpful.
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November 20, 2013
Is there no plan for 2013?
I love this.
February 10, 2014
Please please please update this so I can have it in 2013!!!
March 11, 2014
We maintain F# Depth Colorizer as a part of Visual F# Power Tools. Please check it out in VS2012/VS2013 at http://visualst
udiogallery.msd n.microsoft.com /136b942e-9f2c- 4c0b-8bac-86d77 4189cff.
May 02, 2013
Love this extension, makes following code so much easier. The only thing I seem to have issues with is when comparing two programs - different code is no longer highlighted. I'm using the "Dark with light editor" colour theme. Is there a way round this?
December 03, 2010
I love this extension, and hope that it finds its way to the first 10 matches when searching for F# in VS2010 Extension Manager's online catalog feature. However, just like may other Microsoft searches, this one doesn't return anything related to F# when F# is specified in the search string.
December 05, 2010
Like many web searches, the '#' character is bad news. (For better or for worse,) Type in "fsharp" and you'll have much more luck.