Header Text Visual Studio Variables

hello All,

I would like to insert the following code into project files

i can use the static file header text , however it will not use the VS variables below , any help would be greatly appreciated.


thanks




// /* ======================================================================
//
// C# Source File -- $itemname$.cs
//
// NAME: $rootnamespace$.$itemname$.cs
// AUTHOR: mbr Name
//
// MyCompany USA - Chicago
// Corporate Center
// Suite 800
// Jacksonville, FL 60154
// DATE : $time$
// VERSION: $clrversion$
//
// COMMENT(s):
// ====================================================================== */

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I couldn't figure out a way to do this either. It seems kind of a no-brainer. Why would you even want a 100% static file header?

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John,

The solution is to allow Environment Variables in the header text along with the macros, is there any way to create your own macros, like the macros made available in Live Templates?

Thanks

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Unfortunately, right now the header text is static.
We are going to improve this in the next version

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hello All,

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I would like to insert the following code into project files

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i can use the static file header text , however it will not use the VS
variables below , any help would be greatly appreciated.

>
>

thanks

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// /*
======================================================================
//
// C# Source File -- $itemname$.cs
//
// NAME: $rootnamespace$.$itemname$.cs
// AUTHOR: mbr Name
//
// MyCompany USA - Chicago
// Corporate Center
// Suite 800
// Jacksonville, FL 60154
// DATE : $time$
// VERSION: $clrversion$
//
// COMMENT(s):
// ======================================================================
*/



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Eugene,

Thanks for the reply

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