|Single File Deletion||Multiple File Deletion|
How it Works
When you switch to or save a file not in the nearest
.csproj up the file system tree, you will prompted.
Choosing "Close" will add an item to the status bar and stop asking you while you have the file open.
|File Not in csproj||File Contained in csproj|
You can add a file to csproj via the command palette:
Or via the context menu in the file explorer:
This extension contributes the following settings:
||Enable/disable this extension.|
||Mapping from file extension to csproj XML element. Defaults to:
||Silently delete items from csproj when their corresponding files are removed. Default:
||Regular expression to match files you want to add to csproj.|
||Regular expression to exclude files you do not want to add to csproj.|
These regular expressions will prevent unwanted prompts. If a file matches
excludeRegex, it will be excluded.
The regular expressions will prevent this extension from prompting for action, but it intentionally will not
prevent you from adding via the command palette or a context menu. However, if you click "Include in Project" on
files.exclude, your saved ignore list,
csproj.excludeRegex will be honored.
Most Recent Release (0.7.0)
Compileby default (#10).
See GitHub for full release history