An extension for Visual Studio Code that lets you easily add or remove
.NET Core 1.1+ package references to/from your project's .csproj or .fsproj
files using Code's Command Palette.
Search the NuGet package repository for packages using either (partial
or full) package name or another search term.
Add PackageReference dependencies to your .NET Core 1.1+ .csproj or
.fsproj files from Visual Studio Code's Command Palette.
Remove installed packages from your project's .csproj or .fsproj files via
Visual Studio Code's Command Palette.
Handles workspaces with multiple .csproj or .fsproj files as well as
workspaces with single .csproj/.fsproj files.
Adding a Package:
Removing a Package:
comments from the project file. Unfortunately, there is no way around this
at the moment, but the eventual plan is to replace this dependency.
The extension does not add DotNetCliToolsReference entries for tools.
Allow self-signed certificates for requests when http.proxyStrictSSL is false (closes #24)
Cross-platform team development aid: don't add or remove XML declarations to/from first line of project files (closes #29)
Respect http.proxyStrictSSL setting
Support for http proxy settings (closes #18)
Handle case where XML parser passes null to callback (closes #16)
Fix bug with file search traversing deeply through node_modules (if present)
Add F#/.fsproj support
Changes to README to remove leftover stuff (whoops)
Refactored to now handle workspaces containing multiple .csproj files
(closes #10, closes #12)
Adds a number of tests and automated steps to build/test process (closes #7,
Update preview images (and show both add and remove; closes #11)
The "I'm a Dummy and Accidentally Typed 'Minor' Instead of 'Patch' When Publishing"
No actual changes; this is identical to v0.0.4, but VS Code won't let me unpublish
specific versions and I initially typo'd the release number. :(
Updated "Known Issues" to mention #9, which seems important
Add PackageReference even if no PackageReference section already exists (closes #5)
Add ItemGroup if no ItemGroup is found in project file
Add tests for some operations (partial progress on #1)
Remove getQueryString utility and use Node's querystring module
Add slightly better error handling in Promise chain