Thanks for the feedback! We're renaming this to be specific to Sass and CSS, since it's mentioned explicitly in the vote. If anyone is actually voting for different auto-formatting features, please file those as a new feature vote. Thanks!
- Jordan, Visual Studio for Mac PM
@dkalbertson: which of the 4 capabilities above do you find you miss most?
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Thanks Yuriy. Can you describe the scenario a little more on how this will be useful to you?
Program Manager - VSTS
You can do something very close to what you're asking for in Visual Studio 2017 via the Code Style Configuration system (see Kasey Uhlenhuth's blog post at https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/dotnet/2016/12/15/code-style-configuration-in-the-vs2017-rc-update/ that talks about how to set things up) - if you set your preference for the various rules that relate to var (like csharp_style_var_for_built_in_types ) to be false:suggestion, you'll see suggestion dots under code that uses var, and can use a quick action to switch to the strong type.
Hope this helps,
Program Manager, Visual Studio IDE Team
Thank you for using Visual Studio and for your commitment to improving it. We are currently evaluating whether we will be able to improve this experience in the product.
Angelos Petropoulos | Visual Studio Team
Can we please get further clarification on the issue being reported here? Is the problem installing these things on the box itself or is the problem using them later? For example is the problem installing NPM on the box or downloading packages from NPM later on?
There are extensions such as the "End of the Line" extension that does exactly that https://visualstudiogallery.msdn.microsoft.com/545e56a7-98d7-47f9-9d84-4681f2903060.
Visual Studio Web Team
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Thanks Bryan and David, I have merged both posts.
Thanks for the post. Could you provide more details on what you're trying to do and, if possible, post in English?
This is not something we can do right now, but in the meantime have you tried visiting The Code Farm at http://ccf.myhome.cx:5000/ccf.html?
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This is a great idea! I want to let you know that we have included your suggestion in our next 6-month plan. We will check back as soon as possible with any updates to this request.
Rollback Powershell task from Release Management Utility Tasks (https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=ms-devlabs.utilitytasks) can be used to partially fulfil this ask. You would need to replace the approval by another custom task though.
There is a free version of Incredibuild available for Visual Studio 2015, see https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/visualstudio/2015/11/30/improving-your-build-times-with-incredibuild-and-visual-studio-2015/.
Have you explored this solution?
Hi, thanks for the feedback.
Can you share specific examples of scenarios where our existing c99 support is insufficient? It would help us better understand the challenges developers face.
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This is planned and expect to hear from soon.
Yes, we will be looking at surfacing the results of the automated tests at various places
(Charles Sterling here)
I see this moved the Test category...replying from a test tool perspective.
We are definitely looking to enable collect stakeholder requirements and generate tests as a result. That said the implementation we will likely take will be more along the lines of Exploratory Testing.
Could you share more details of what you are trying to accomplish? is this for a particular website?
Just wanted to let you you know Pratap is tracking this on his back log
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Unfortunately we have had to make the decision to not bring the new Inheritance model to TFS on-prem with the next major release. It was a tough decision that we didn’t take lightly. The scope cuts that we had to make in order to deliver it to on-prem were just too painful, and would not give the User Experience we would be proud of.
We are still planning to bring it to our on-prem customers in a future release of TFS.
Sorry for not having a better answer.
VSTS/TFS Program Manager
@Brian, the next version of TFS Is the new major version of TFS
Folks -- I've merged the ideas. First time doing it, so hopefully I did it right. :-)
-Siddharth (Program Manager on TFS)
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See Chuck’s comment
(fwiw the last comment was by Chuck-accidently logged on as VS Admin)
Wanted to circle back to this request: At an uber level the request seems to be build an expert system for load testing...this is something we have looked at doing for Azure applications but in general probably not something we will be doing in the short term.
That said, tactically we are making improvements in this space in two ways
1. Integration with Application Insights -This work has started and will continue.
2. Improve the documentation - while there is a lot of content for load testing (in blog posts) we (I) will convert that into much more discoverable documentation (this work has just started)
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