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Code Snippet Studio updated to version 1.4.1

I have just released a new version of Code Snippet Studio, more precisely version 1.4.1.

This version addresses an issue I received on GitHub that caused the extension to crash when attempting to convert a .vsi archive to a .vsix package. The reason was a NuGet package mismatch.

It also introduces two new features:

1. For C# code snippets, it allows you to select between Expansion and Surrounds With types. This is useful when you ask IntelliSense to surround a piece of code with a snippet or to place a snippet at the point where the cursor is. You can make this choice in the property grid.

2. Conversion of Sublime code snippets into Visual Studio code snippets. Note: this is a work-in-progress feature and it's not completed. It can import a snippet, detect the programming language, and parse some metadata information. What it does not yet is parsing string replacements into the so-called declaration. This will come in a future version and your contributions would be appreciated.

Remember that Studio is powered by another open source library of mine, DelSole.VSIX, so if you want to request features or provide your contributions I would prefer submissions to this library rather than to Code Snippet Studio.

Alessandro

Print | posted on martedì 18 ottobre 2016 19:31 | Filed Under [ Visual Studio 2015 ]

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