Here’s a new version of my Electric Editing plugin. Did you know the first version came out in April 2005? Unbelievable how time flies! This version is built against DXCore 11.1.7. Here’s the download: CR_ElectricEditing-18.104.22.168.zip
Of course, as ever, if you don’t know what Electric Editing is, please check out this page, the various linked blog posts and the comments for the background info! Have fun!
Version 22.214.171.124 of Electric Editing is now available here: CR_ElectricEditing-126.96.36.199.zip
This build is compiled against DXCore 10.2.5. Unfortunately I noticed, a bit late, that 10.2 changed a few things that broke assembly references with the older build. My apologies for any inconveniences! Oh, and of course if you don?t have a clue what Electric Editing is, check out this overview with the various posts linked from there!
Version 188.8.131.52 of Electric Editing is now available here: CR_ElectricEditing-184.108.40.206.zip
This build is compiled against DXCore 10.1.7, and tested in Visual Studio 2008 as well as 2010. Enjoy! Oh, and of course if you don’t have a clue what Electric Editing is, check out this overview with the various posts linked from there!
The new version 220.127.116.11 is available for download from the Electric Editing page now.
Please don’t download this version if you’re still using CodeRush 1.X — the download is only for the new CodeRush 2.0 release!
While I do recommend that CodeRush (or DXCore) 2.0 users upgrade to this new release, I have only made a few minor changes for compatibility reasons. I don’t really expect any problems if you stay on the last version of ElectricEditing — but please, if you find interesting bugs …
Just bragging :-) Here it is: The Daily Grind 725
If you haven’t seen my Electric Editing plugin, look here.
Update: I just noticed that Jim Holmes also wrote a report about it on Visual Studio Hacks.
Yesterday, Developer Express released new versions of their fantastic tools CodeRush and Refactor! Pro (I already blogged about the latter today). I have made new versions of my two CodeRush plugins available, both compiled against the new CodeRush version 1.1.28. An important change was made to the OpenToolWindow plugin (find the original announcement for that one here), to make use of a property in the CodeRush core that’s now public. So if you want to use OpenToolWindow with CodeRush >= 1.1. …
A new version is ready, for the download please see the plugin’s own page. These are the more important news, apart from smaller fixes:
The whitespace hint lines are now drawn with a delay, which greatly improves the performance overhead when navigating around with the caret quickly. The delay can be configured in the options.
New Emacs style scrolling is available. This means that scrolling starts not only when your caret is actually in the top or bottom lines of the text editor, but a f …
Two bugs have been fixed in this one:
- When an electric delete operation was triggered while the caret was in virtual space, the caret would jump to the start of the virtual space, often the start of the line. This could happen to you, for example, when you had a new line inserted somewhere (maybe because you had used the electric semicolon in the previous line) that you didn’t want. You’d hit delete to get the next statement in the next line to move to the caret position, but the caret (tog …