VS Code extension for keeping your TypeScript code organized by grouping and ordering class members.
Organize currently opened TypeScript file or all TypeScript files in your project.
From the command palette you can:
organize current TypeScript file by invoking command "TypeScript Class Organizer: Organize Current File",
organize all TypeScript files in the project by invoking command "TypeScript Class Organizer: Organize All Files"
You can invoke command "TypeScript Class Organizer: Organize Current File" by using the shortcut Ctr + Shift + O. You can change the shortcut by assigning a different shortcut to command "tsco.organize".
You can invoke command "TypeScript Class Organizer: Organize Current File" by using the context menu item.
Extensions supports the following configuration options:
tsco.useRegions: When true regions surounding member groups are added. True by default.
tsco.addPublicModifierIfMissing: When true public access modifier is added. True by default.
tsco.addRegionIdentation: When true regions are idented with class members. True by default.
tsco.addRegionCaptionToRegionEnd: When true region caption is added to region end as well. True by default.
tsco.groupPropertiesWithDecorators: When true properties with decorators will come first. False by default.
added add public modifier if missing option
added add region identation option
added end region caption option
added organiting type aliases, interfaces, classes and functions
fixed issue with identation tabs / spaces
fixed issue when comments were preceding class members
fixed issue when decorators were preceding class members
fixed issue with removing redundant empty lines
updated referenced packages
added group properties with decorators option
fixed issue with duplicated regions
addded grouping by decorator for all elements, not just properties when groupping by decorators
added a new line between group with decorators and group without decorators when groupping by decorators