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23 July 2017 Reply
Just what I'm looking for — except that it is not available for VS2017. Any plans on updating it?
Any additional rant on making extensions incompatible across versions?
Thanks for the comment. The extension should work in VS2017 - I believe it gives a warning saying that it may not be fully compatible, but I have heard from users that it works fine. With that said, I haven't installed any extensions into my own VS2017 instance yet (I'm too busy marvelling how fast things work when Resharper isn't installed ;)) so I haven't personally tested it.
A PR has been submitted by another user for adding proper VS2017 support - I haven't evaluated it yet; it's on the list of things to do Soon(tm).
I don't have a new rant at present, although I suspect that is coming when I discovered I have to have multiple VS versions installed to test this properly if I want to avoid breaking support for older VS versions as happened when it was upgraded for VS2015.
Although, I am not-so-silently ranting now as that last paragraph needs reworking and I've just discovered that a recent change to the site to pre-process markdown formatting in comment content has inadvertently broken the editing of comments. Oh well.
28 December 2017 Reply
Just a note: I was struggling with attempting to recompile the source for more control over the filters, but found the easiest way to import projects that are not .csproj using your extension is to just click Add File... open the default filter in the bottom right, then search in a directory for the extension like *.rptproj then select all-> okay and press enter to upgrade each. This allowed me to add 500 projects in a matter of a few minutes. Thanks a ton, Richard!
Thanks for the comment; I'm glad you found it useful!