PowerShell in VS2013

The Package Manager Console is an instance of PowerShell in a tool window. You can get your full PowerShell environment by  manually running your startup script: > cd $env:Home\Documents\WindowsPowerShell  # you may need to use $env:USERPROFILE > . Microsoft.PowerShell_profile.ps1 (Of course, use the name of your startup script…) I use posh-git with PowrShell, and now …

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Document AutoSave for Visual Studio

For many years I used CodeWright, and then SlickEdit, for all my editing. Both of those had a very useful feature:  Save Files on loss of focus. As Visual Studio improved, I started using it more and more, and missed that autosave feature.  So, a few years ago, I wrote an AddIn for VisualStudio 2010 that …

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