Posts Tagged ‘vs’

NavigateToTest VS2013 extension

Saturday, July 26th, 2014
Extension is available for other Visual Studio versions:

You can download the extension here:
NavigateToTest Visual Studio 2013 extension

Here’s the latest version that supports Visual Studio 2013.

Extension is convention based. It matches ClassName file with ClassNameTest or ClassNameTests and vice-versa, so you can easily navigate to the test file and back.

Here are some screenshots:

Here’s the toolbar and two opened files:

You can download the extension here:
NavigateToTest Visual Studio 2013 extension

NavigateToTest VS2012 extension

Sunday, August 26th, 2012
Extension is available for other Visual Studio versions:

You can download the extension here:
NavigateToTest Visual Studio 2012 extension

Here’s the latest version that supports Visual Studio 2012.

Extension is convention based. It matches ClassName file with ClassNameTest or ClassNameTests and vice-versa, so you can easily navigate to the test file and back.

Here are some screenshots:

Here’s the toolbar and two opened files:

You can download the extension here:
NavigateToTest Visual Studio 2012 extension

NavigateToTest VS extension

Monday, May 3rd, 2010
Extension is available for other Visual Studio versions:

You can download the extension here:
NavigateToTest Visual Studio extension

Recently I decided to create a Visual Studio 2010 extension.

Extension is convention based. It matches ClassName file with ClassNameTest or ClassNameTests and vice-versa, so you can easily navigate to the test file and back.

Here are some screenshots:

You’ll need to add toolbar manually:

Here’s the toolbar:

And two opened files:

You can download the extension here:
NavigateToTest Visual Studio extension

Editor Guidelines in VS2010

Wednesday, April 28th, 2010

In VS2008 this could be done easily, it was just required to modify the registry.

Visual Studio 2010 lacks this feature, but there is a cool plugin for that:
Editor Guidelines.

Just download, install, and put the following code in to the registry:

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

[HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoftVisualStudio10.0Text Editor]
"Guides"="RGB(255,0,0) 80"

Red line at 80th column in VS

Wednesday, October 14th, 2009

There is a hidden feature in Visual Studio. You can add a nice, red, vertical line to your editor.

vs_redline_at80
All you need to do is to create a .reg file with the following content:

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER/Software/Microsoft/VisualStudio/9.0/Text Editor]
"Guides"="RGB(255,230,230), 80"

And add it to registry (double click). That’s it!