Following Visual Studio 2010’s release earlier this week, I am happy to announce that Regionerate now officially supports Visual Studio 2010.
If you used the glorious workaround, you can remove it.
As a side note, v0.7.3.0 is now the latest stable release, so if you are still using v0.7.0.0, I suggest you upgrade to the latest, as it fixes [...]
I’ve created a code layout for ASP.NET MVC Controllers.
I think that the first thing you will look in a controller is its actions, so this code layout just puts them first, then organizes the rest.
The actions are ordered by name (which would be the fastest way to locate an action), then by ascending parameter count [...]
Update: Visual Studio 2010 is now officially supported. There is no need to use this workaround.
I really hoped to get Regionerate running quickly on Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2.
Unfortunately, since there are several breaking changes with Visual Studio 2010’s extensibility model, I found myself messing around with it too much.
I’m not giving up, but I [...]