CodeMaid v0.9.0 is now available on Visual Studio Gallery and GitHub. This release again tackles the most popular feature requests off the Trello backlog (you’re voting there, right?) – and in particular is focused around some sweet upgrades to Spade, our code digging tool window. 🙂
To support the new Spade search bar, we have discontinued support for Visual Studio 2010. The last version of CodeMaid that supports VS2010 is v0.8.1 which will remain available on GitHub.
- Card 254 PowerShell now supported (thanks Adam Driscoll!)
- Card 184 Node.JS now supported (thanks Filipe Oliveira!)
- Card 64 Multi-select drag and drop (use Ctrl and Shift keys like Explorer)
- Card 71 Search filtering like solution explorer (thanks Aliaksei Harshkalep!)
- Card 254 Multi-select option to insert new regions
- #111 VB was reporting a warning about a caught exception when trying to determine if a method is an externally implemented interface
- #141 Comment formatting was indenting literal sections like
- #153 Rename refactoring with automatic cleanup and automatic reorganization on save with removal of existing regions would get into an infinite loop and lockup Visual Studio.
- #173 F# was not supported for comment formatting
We really hope you enjoy these upgrades, and thanks to everyone who is contributing! 🙂
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