#Region equiv. for aspx or add-in creation possible?

Discussion in 'ASP .Net' started by Ken Dopierala Jr., Mar 10, 2005.

  1. Hi,

    I'm creating some large custom controls and I'm getting annoyed by all the
    markup they create. Is there a #Region equivilant for HTML in .aspx pages
    to expand and collapse it? If not, is there one in VS.Net 2005? If there
    is, is there a way in my ControlBuilder to put these tags outside the parent
    tags of my control and programatically set them from my UIEditor? I would
    like to put a checkbox in the UIEditor and property in the property window
    to let my users set whether they want to see all the markup or not (they
    could still expand and collapse in the code editor manually, but would also
    have the option elsewhere). If none of this is available is anyone
    interested in creating a VS.Net Add-In to make it happen? I've never built
    an Add-In before so I don't even know if the hooks are there to do this or
    not. If someone has experience doing Add-Ins and wants to try this let me
    know. I'm hoping though that I'm just totally missing something that is
    already there. Thanks! Ken.
     
    Ken Dopierala Jr., Mar 10, 2005
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  2. Ken Dopierala Jr.

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    Visual Studio .NET 2005 supports code collapsion for most SGML based
    langauges. This means that you can collapse pretty much any node that
    spans more then one line. This is extremely useful.
     
    , Mar 10, 2005
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