JScript Editor Extensions for the Visual Studio 2010 JScript editor

This really a nice extensions which is make life easy for developer specially for JavaScript development.

Bundles the following extensions for the Visual Studio 2010 JScript editor:

Brace Matching

Adds support for automatically highlighting the matching opening or closing brace to the one currently at the cursor. Supports matching parenthesis: (), square brackets: [], and curly braces: {}. Braces in strings, comments and regular expression literals are ignored.



Outlining / Cold-folding

Adds support for automatically creating outlining regions for JScript blocks. Blocks are detected via opening and closing curly braces. Braces in strings, comments and regular expression literals are ignored.

Current Word Highlighting

Adds support for highlighting all instances of the word currently at the cursor.
IntelliSense Doc-Comments Support

Adds support for the element in JScript IntelliSense doc-comments to allow display of new lines in IntelliSense tooltips, e.g.

function hello(name) {
/// A great function
/// Some info on a new line
///

/// The name to say hello to return "hello " + name;
}

Updated vsdoc files for jQuery with tags are available for jQuery 1.4.3, 1.4.4 and 1.5

Source Code

The source code for these extensions is available on the ASP.NET CodePlex site in the folder: $/VisualStudioWebTooling/JScriptExtensions

For more information:
http://visualstudiogallery.msdn.microsoft.com/872d27ee-38c7-4a97-98dc-0d8a431cc2ed/

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