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Anyone know a free vs.net 2003 plugin that is capable of generating
properties from private fields for C#? Thanks ahead.

Jan 16 '06 #1
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Thanks a lot.

Jan 16 '06 #3
Truong Hong Thi wrote:
Anyone know a free vs.net 2003 plugin that is capable of generating
properties from private fields for C#? Thanks ahead.

Use my macro below and bind it to a keycombi, e.g cntrl-shift + n

say you have the field:
private string _foo;

you then type:
string foo

and on that line hit cntrl-shift-n

and you'll get
<summary>Gets / Sets Foo</summary>
public string Foo
get { return _foo;}
set { _foo = value;}
''' Creates a property.
''' format: type name has to be present at the current line.
''' Uses caMel casing.
Sub CreateProperty( )
Dim typeName, propertyName, memberName, nameRead As String
Dim ts As TextSelection
Dim sb As New StringBuilder
Dim boolIsOpened As Boolean

ts = DTE.ActiveDocum ent.Selection
If (ts.IsEmpty) Then
End If

typeName = (ts.Text.Split( " ")(0)).Trim ()
nameRead = ((ts.Text.Split (" ")(1))).Tri m()
propertyName = nameRead.Substr ing(0, 1).ToUpper &
nameRead.Substr ing(1)
memberName = "_" + nameRead.Substr ing(0, 1).ToLower() &
nameRead.Substr ing(1)

' actual property
sb.Append("/// <summary>" & Environment.New Line)
sb.AppendFormat ("/// Gets / sets {0}{1}", nameRead,
Environment.New Line)
sb.Append("/// </summary>" & Environment.New Line)
sb.Append("publ ic " + typeName + " " + propertyName)
sb.Append(vbCrL f)
sb.Append(vbCrL f)

' get
sb.Append("get" )
sb.Append(vbCrL f)
sb.Append(vbCrL f)
sb.AppendFormat ("return {0};", memberName)
sb.Append(vbCrL f)
sb.Append(vbCrL f)

' set
sb.Append("set" )
sb.Append(vbCrL f)
sb.Append(vbCrL f)
sb.AppendFormat ("{0} = value;", memberName)
sb.Append(vbCrL f)
sb.Append(vbCrL f)
sb.Append(vbCrL f)
sb.Append(vbCrL f)

'Check to see if UndoContext object is already open.
If DTE.UndoContext .IsOpen = False Then
'Open the UndoContext object to track changes.
Call DTE.UndoContext .Open("CreatePr operty " &
propertyName, False)
boolIsOpened = True
End If

' Replace the text
ts.Insert(sb.To String(),
vsInsertFlags.v sInsertFlagsIns ertAtStart)

'If UndoContext was already open, don't close it.
If boolIsOpened = True Then
'Close the UndoContext object to commit the changes.
DTE.UndoContext .Close()
' Format the Selection
ts.SmartFormat( )
ts.MoveToPoint( ts.BottomPoint. CreateEditPoint ())
End If
End Try
End Sub

Get LLBLGen Pro, productive O/R mapping for .NET: http://www.llblgen.com
My .NET blog: http://weblogs.asp.net/fbouma
Microsoft MVP (C#)
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