String splitter is an extension that splits all strings by adding a new line wherever the user provided character is present.
It was intended to be used on text files, but will work on code. However using it on code might return undesired results.
How to use
Once installed, start the extension from the command palette (crtl+shift+p) and type string splitter.
Once you have done that another prompt will open at the top of the window asking for a character, enter the character you want to split by there, then press enter.
After that, all the strings should have split.
To run it again, just follow the same steps.
Initial release of String splitter
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