Context Organizer for VS Code
Organize your files within Visual Studio Code into contexts, giving you a more organized view of your project structure.
How to Use
Add to context: Right-click on any file in the explorer and select
Add to context... to add it to a specific context.
New Context: Click on the
New Context button in the "Contexts" panel to create a new context.
Remove from context: Right-click on any file within a context in the "Contexts" pane and select
Remove from context to remove it.
- Open Visual Studio Code.
- Go to Extensions.
- Search for "Context Organizer".
- Install the extension.
You can configure the extension settings by changing the
.vscode/contexts.json file in your workspace root.
The file contains an array of contexts. Each context has a
name and an array of
files that are automatically set with the UI.
You can choose to show or hide the folders in the "Contexts" pane by setting the
showFolders property to
- Ensure the
.vscode folder exists in your workspace root. If not, the extension will create it.
Initial release of Context Organizer.
New icon and README update.
- Preventing from adding files that are already in a context (by @DanNYSPD).
- New button to remove a context as a whole.
0.0.4 (by @DanNYSPD)
- Copy file path into clipboard
- Copy all file paths from a context into clipboard (based on EOL of the OS)
- Add file to stage stack (git) directly
- Rename contextS
If you have suggestions or issues, please open an issue.