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TabSanity Visual Studio Extension

This package causes the Visual Studio text editor to treat tabs-as-spaces as if they were actually tabs. That is, the backspace and delete keys, arrow key navigation and mouse cursor text selection (coming soon) will not allow the caret to land within the spaces that form a tab.

Installing

This package works with Visual Studio 2012 or later. The easiest way to install the package is with Visual Studio's built-in extension manager. Go to Tools | Extensions and Updates... | Online | Visual Studio Gallery and search for TabSanity. You can also find it on the Visual Studio Gallery website.

Building

  1. Install the Visual Studio SDK.
  2. Open the solution file TabSanity.sln in Visual Studio 2012 or above.
  3. Look in TabSanity/Bin/(Debug|Release)/TabSanity.vsix and double-click to install.

Dependencies

Though not "technically" required, EditorConfig has been added as a required dependency to this extension. This is to ensure any .editorconfig files are picked up and applied before assuming the document's tab settings. TabSanity, though completely decoupled from EditorConfig, is designed to listen for changes in the text editor options and adjust accordingly, just as EditorConfig does.

Reporting problems

At this time, feel free to contact Jed Hunsaker directly. See the humans.txt file for contact information.

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