Paul Anderson

Generator Decorator implementation for interface

It would be good if you could select an existing interface (or class event) to apply the Decorator Design pattern to.

This would autogenerate the properties and methods as well as a constructor that took in the selected type to decorate and store it as a readonly field. The methods and properties would then call the methods and properties on the decorated instance in the readonly field

I find myself working more and more with design patterns these days so any functionality that works with design patterns would be great.

I came across this example on CodeProject:
http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/31555/A-tool-for-making-C-decorators-proxies
Feature Request by Paul Anderson Status: New Comments: 0 Last update: 2016-01-14T11:39:52 by Paul Anderson
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Barry Windridge

Enable the Rapid Testing feature

Enable the Rapid Testing feature that was disabled in the Roslyn refactoring for VS 2014 and VS2015
Feature Request by Barry Windridge Status: New Comments: 0 Last update: 2016-01-05T22:39:48 by Barry Windridge
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Amir Hosinipur

foreach To linq expression

applying the "To linq expression" for "foreach" does not create what the Telerik Just Code documentation is showing by example. Based on the community page it looks like it's not a high priority to be fixed. I vote for it to be improved/fixed.
Problem by Amir Hosinipur Status: New Comments: 0 Last update: 2015-12-24T16:37:43 by Amir Hosinipur
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Anthony Langlois

Get Introduce Variable working In VS 2015

As far as I can tell, and I think I've tried everything (including the exact example in the Documentation), the Introduce Variable refactor doesn't work in Visual Studio 2015. While VS 2015 brings many of it's own refactorings to the table, this is not one of them and I miss it sorely. As it fits the territory described in http://www.telerik.com/blogs/what-s-ahead-for-justcode-and-roslyn I'm surprised that we are still waiting for this. Is there a plan to re-enable it?
Feedback by Anthony Langlois Status: New Comments: 0 Last update: 2015-12-04T23:53:51 by Anthony Langlois
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Deyan Varchev

Support for TypeScript

Recently Microsoft introduced TypeScript - http://www.typescriptlang.org/
It's a superset of JavaScript and already works fine in VS 2012.
It's open-source and even has a nice language spec. It will be great if JC supports it out of the box.
Feature Request by Deyan Varchev Status: Logged Comments: 2 Last update: 2015-12-03T13:38:47 by Iana Tsolova
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Anthony Langlois

justcode refactorings not enabled in visual studio 2015

I suspect I'm the one who has the problem here - as opposed to it being one with the product - but for the life of me I cannot figure out what it is.

I have a trial version of the latest internal build of JustCode installed on my machine with Visual Studio 2015 but none of the refactorings are ever available. I've used JustCode for years at another location prior to moving jobs and was really looking forward to getting these working on my machine again as I've come to depend on them. The rest of JustCode seems to work fine (Just Navigate, error/warning detection, etc.) but the refactorings are constantly disabled. I've tried just using the shortcut keys for them, but no dice. I've tried going through the menu bar, same result. The Ctrl+Shift+R shortcut only ever shows the Rename command as available. This has been a constant problem since I first installed the product on this machine in spite of a couple of new builds being released and installed.

Help!
Problem by Anthony Langlois Status: New Comments: 0 Last update: 2015-11-19T17:11:25 by Anthony Langlois
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Ken Lai

Incorrect ruling for Extenstion Methods

the error was shown:
C#: Several methods are applicable to '()': 'MyLib.SomeExtensioinMethod(xxx)'

actually, it's not a error, maybe the the extesion methods are always declared with "(this SomeType...), so JustCode expected something should be there.
Problem by Ken Lai Status: New Comments: 0 Last update: 2015-11-12T08:21:41 by Ken Lai
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Josh Schlesinger

Adjust namespaces on entire project

A common scenario I have is to move class files from another project into a new one. After doing this I have many class files with namespaces that do not match the project root/folder structure. I would like a way to have all namespaces adjusted for an entire project. Currently the only way to do this now is to go to each file individually and use the "Move type to namespace" function.
Feature Request by Josh Schlesinger Status: Reviewed Comments: 2 Last update: 2015-10-15T11:20:43 by Daniel Turan
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Mihail Slavchev

Add support for EmojiVS extension for Visual Studuio

Add support for EmojiVS extension for Visual Studuio
https://github.com/jbevain/EmojiVS
Feature Request by Mihail Slavchev Status: New Comments: 0 Last update: 2015-10-08T07:34:42 by Mihail Slavchev
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Chuck Frazier

ability to filter todo navigator to "Just my code"

I don't care about all of the //TODO: calls in jquery. I don't even want to see them. I would like to limit the TODO Navigator to "just my code" or be able to include/exclude files as I see fit.
Feedback by Chuck Frazier Status: New Comments: 0 Last update: 2015-09-25T18:12:03 by Chuck Frazier
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