Last post Apr 29, 2005 02:44 PM by SamU
Apr 29, 2005 10:40 AM|SamU|LINK
I'm using VS.NET 2003 Enterprise Architect edition and was wondering if I could create a "To Do" list in the project so that next time I open up the project, I can go ahead and check my list and comments. There are projects that I work on but I work on them
on and off. So after a while, it's hard for me to remember what I did last and I left off. I have a separate place where I keep my notes, etc but it would be nice to keep all that in the project itself.
If this is not available in VS.NET 2003, will it be in VS.NET 2005?
Apr 29, 2005 12:15 PM|ojm37|LINK
Yep. Built in.[;)]
If you're using Visual Basic, just put in a comment that begins with "TODO:". For example:
'TODO: Add error checking code for this condition here
Or in C#:
//TODO: Add error checking code for this condition here
Then, in the IDE go to the "View/Show Tasks" menu and select "All". You'll get a window that has any "TODO:", "HACK", and "UNDONE" comments. You can even add your own tokens (look up TODO in the MSDN help that came with Visual Studio and follow some links
to find out how).
Apr 29, 2005 02:44 PM|SamU|LINK