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Update source.extension.vsixmanifest #27

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julielerman commented Jul 31, 2016

added visual studio version14 to the power tools vsixmanifest so this will be discoverable from Visual Studio 2015

Update source.extension.vsixmanifest
added visual studio version14 to the power tools vsixmanifest so this will be discoverable from Visual Studio 2015
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Hi @julielerman, I'm your friendly neighborhood .NET Foundation Pull Request Bot (You can call me DNFBOT). Thanks for your contribution!

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Hi @julielerman, I'm your friendly neighborhood .NET Foundation Pull Request Bot (You can call me DNFBOT). Thanks for your contribution!

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@@ -31,6 +31,9 @@ When right-clicking on a file containing a derived DbContext class, the followin
<VisualStudio Version="12.0">
<Edition>Pro</Edition>
</VisualStudio>
<VisualStudio Version="14.0">
35 <Edition>Pro</Edition>

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You must remove 35

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You must remove 35

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@@ -31,6 +31,9 @@ When right-clicking on a file containing a derived DbContext class, the followin
<VisualStudio Version="12.0">
<Edition>Pro</Edition>
</VisualStudio>
<VisualStudio Version="14.0">
35 <Edition>Pro</Edition>
36 </VisualStudio>

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You must remove 36

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You must remove 36

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Use spaces, not tabs

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Use spaces, not tabs

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what the...? I didn't realize those got in there. Must have come over when I copied from the PR I originally submitted to codeplex. Thanks!

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what the...? I didn't realize those got in there. Must have come over when I copied from the PR I originally submitted to codeplex. Thanks!

@bricelam bricelam self-assigned this Aug 8, 2016

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@julielerman Any plans to update this PR?

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ErikEJ commented Oct 21, 2016

@julielerman Any plans to update this PR?

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is my edit sufficient? or do I have to start another PR?

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julielerman commented Oct 21, 2016

is my edit sufficient? or do I have to start another PR?

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LGTM - just in time for VS "15" 😄

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ErikEJ commented Oct 22, 2016

LGTM - just in time for VS "15" 😄

@bricelam bricelam merged commit b8edeba into aspnet:master Oct 24, 2016

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@ErikEJ I'm sure there will still be a few people using vs2015. I've had over 60,000 hits to that one blog post. There may be a few more still needing it in the future. ;)
@bricelam thanks! As soon as I see it in the gallery I will update my blog post. Now go back to working on the visualizer for EF Core! :)

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@ErikEJ I'm sure there will still be a few people using vs2015. I've had over 60,000 hits to that one blog post. There may be a few more still needing it in the future. ;)
@bricelam thanks! As soon as I see it in the gallery I will update my blog post. Now go back to working on the visualizer for EF Core! :)

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We are still waiting for update. When ?

Hotkey commented Nov 28, 2016

We are still waiting for update. When ?

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@Hotkey In the meantime you can use the download @julielerman prepared in her blog post: http://thedatafarm.com/data-access/installing-ef-power-tools-into-vs2015/

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ErikEJ commented Nov 28, 2016

@Hotkey In the meantime you can use the download @julielerman prepared in her blog post: http://thedatafarm.com/data-access/installing-ef-power-tools-into-vs2015/

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Hotkey Nov 28, 2016

Yes, sorry I'm saw late ;) Thank you @ErikEJ / PowerTools is the real Power ;)

Hotkey commented Nov 28, 2016

Yes, sorry I'm saw late ;) Thank you @ErikEJ / PowerTools is the real Power ;)

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Can you release this for Visual Studio 2017 ?

TonyHenrique commented Mar 25, 2017

Can you release this for Visual Studio 2017 ?

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@TonyHenrique You can download a preview from here while we are waiting for a proper release @divega ?? : #154

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ErikEJ commented Mar 25, 2017

@TonyHenrique You can download a preview from here while we are waiting for a proper release @divega ?? : #154

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