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Dot​Net​Comments

by juzzbott ALL

Visual Studio style XML comments in Sublime Text

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DotNetComments

DotNetComments is a plugin for Sublime Text 3 that replicates the commenting functionality of Visual Studio.

To use the plugin, type '///' and the plugin with automatically determine the type of comment block to generate based on the next line of code. The plugin will ignore [Attributes] so that is able to correctly determine the comment type.

Once the comment block has been generated, the cursor is automatically shifted to the entry section for the <summary> so that typing is unimpeeded.

Supported comment types

The plugin can support the following comment types: * Properties and fields * Classes, interfaces and enumerations * Contstructors * Methods (both with and without return values) * Generic TypeParam methods ()

Examples

Property comment block:

/// <summary>
/// 
/// </summary>
private int _someValue { get; set; }

Generic method with return value:

/// <summary>
/// 
/// </summary>
/// <typeparam name="T"></typeparam>
/// <param name="objectId"></param>
/// <param name="count"></param>
/// <returns></returns>
public static T GetObject<T>(string objectId, int count)
{
}

Supported versions

So far, this has only been tested on Sublime Text 3, as it's designed to work along side plugins like OmniSharp. When I get a chance, I'll test this on Sublime Text 2.