Would be great if let say all .js-files in my /test/ directory could now about jasmine and angular without a need to add a comment at the top of each file.
Now i need to add, to each file
/// <reference path="../../../../typings/jasmine/jasmine.d.ts"/>3 votes
As demonstrated at TechEd, ASP.NET vNext projects support a new Nuget mechanism whereby packages are organized in a by-project project.json file. Also of particular interest is the ability to override the package with local sources in a solution file called global.json, which facilitates a much smoother way to contribute to projects outside the solution. Please do this for all project types.699 votes
For local workspace, Source Control can't detect folder rename change when offline. now tfs treats the folder is deleted and a new folder is added, hence the file history is gone.
i expect TFS can detect the folder rename change.
when __int128/256 will be available in Visual Studio?1 vote
Make clang available as possibility to compile with for Desktop apps the easy way it is done for mobile cross-platform apps.
Currently support for this scenario has many inconsitencies3 votes
As Microsoft walks to realease version of CLR to Mac and Linux and are embracing multi platform development, it would really great if we could use Visual Studio on Mac or Linux to build our apps6 votes
Allow us to sort a collection using lambda.
Currently the list.sort method works ok for list of string or ints.
But it is not flexible for a custom object e.g customer.
Please allow the following syntax to sort by the specific property values
customers.Sort(customer => customer.FirstName, customer.LastName)
customers.Sort(function(customer) customer.FirstName, customer.LastName7 votes
At the moment it is not possible to bring a Test Agent offline without killing the QTAgent process or catch him in Status ready to set him Offline
It would be great and save a lot of Time if the Test Controller sends no new Test request and set him offline (for debugging or maintenance)44 votes
I know that would not be standard, but it would be nice to see a new main(), the C++ language is changeing a lot, yet we use a C-style main().
In the first time it would be nice to have
int main(std::dynarray<std::string> args)
The return type could be changed to something other than int, like std::error_code.
Maybe if someone breaks the 32-years old main(), the standard could evolve too !3 votes
We looked for a way to record how long a page took when it returned a particular value. Being able to tag a timing (transaction or webtest) with user data would be amazing.
We looked at setting the reporting name in a few different places (postrequest, postpage etc) but they seemed to be ignored.
Some more details are here : https://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/vstudio/en-US/dff0db35-b2d2-4628-861e-e87f41876c52/web-performance-test-record-the-time-of-a-page-and-name-it-after-the-page-has-returned?forum=vstest
foreach( var item in SomeList as MyClass )
// here item is of type MyClass
equivalent to something like:
foreach( var rawItem in SomeList )
var item = rawItem as MyClass;
if( item == null ) continue;
// here item is of type MyClass
It would be great to make End *** (i.e. End Sub, End For, etc) optional. VB would be using the indenting to determine the end of a scope like F#. This would probably require to set a new option for backward compatibility (like "Option UseIndentForScope") but it would make the syntax so much lighter.3 votes
Currently CFD uses a lot of different hints of blue which makes it almost impossible to read. The colours for different states should be easily distinguishable from each other (like 'new' and 'done' are)2 votes
WPF's retained-mode graphics system is great for controls and is probably all you need if you are developing database forms applications. But there are classes of applications, particularly data-driven visualization apps, for which the overhead of retained mode makes it unusable. The current alternative of using WriteableBitmap is an okay workaround, but there are still many challenges, such as synchronizing your bitmap updates with WPF's rendering cycle. WPF v.next should be canning support for XP, so it can move to DX10 and so be on par with Direct2D/DirectWrite. WPF with first class support for immediate-mode graphics via D2D/DWrite will simply be unstoppable!
WPF's retained-mode graphics system is great for controls and is probably all you need if you are developing database forms applications. But there are classes of applications, particularly data-driven visualization apps, for which the overhead of retained mode makes it unusable. The current alternative of using WriteableBitmap is an okay workaround, but there are still many challenges, such as synchronizing your bitmap updates with WPF's rendering cycle. WPF v.next should be canning support for XP, so it can move to DX10 and so be on par with Direct2D/DirectWrite. WPF with first class support for immediate-mode graphics via D2D/DWrite will simply…188 votes
It is INSANELY frustrating to shut Visual Studio down if one accidentally presses Exit or ALT-F4.
Clumsiness or not, this should not be a problem.
And don't say "rebind keys", because it's does not solve the problem permanently.2 votes
Design a platform (similar to codecademy) to work with Microsoft Virtual Academy (call it IntelliLearn) for VS 15, that will allow teachers to update the code with the video in real time, create build hooks, etc, all within VS 15.3 votes
Kills the subject...sexually3 votes
Allow the web compiler (http://webcompiler.cloudapp.net/) to store a code listing and access it later via a link (with the output obtained)
Allow the web compiler (http://webcompiler.cloudapp.net/) to store a code listing and access it later via a link (with the output obtained)1 vote
Please bring back the Code Definition Window in Visual Studio 2015 for C# and VB languages.3 votes
To offer a first class cross platform experience Team Project creation process should be enabled in Web access in on prem TFS.
The create new team project operation cannot be triggered from Team Web Access in TFS On prem. This is a deal breaker for TFS administrators that need nothing from Visual Studio or Team Explorer still need to go out of their way to install either of these tools or tfs power tools.3 votes
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