Little feauture request

Hi again :))

Additional window in ReSharper, similiar to Delphi "ToDo" list.
Window for current project, showing simple text notes with
fileld of 4 state: "Note", "ToDo", "On work", "Complete".
This file in project folder also be under source control like Subversion.
Wery easy and usable on a little projects / small teams.

Thanx.


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Additional window in ReSharper, similiar to Delphi "ToDo" list.
Window for current project, showing simple text notes with
fileld of 4 state: "Note", "ToDo", "On work", "Complete".
This file in project folder also be under source control like Subversion.
Wery easy and usable on a little projects / small teams.


Why not to use VS2005 internal ability to track these items? See "Tasks"
pane.


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"Andrew Ovchinnikov" <asd@hippo.ru> wrote in message
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Why not to use VS2005 internal ability to track these items? See "Tasks"
pane.


Afraid, my VS2005 Prof. have no this internal abilityes...
I think its on Team Suit only (in Project Management feature?)


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Afraid, my VS2005 Prof. have no this internal abilityes... I think its
on Team Suit only (in Project Management feature?)


I thought it was there in VS Prof....try going View | Task List and toggle
the combo at the top of this window. Admitedly, not as good as the Delphi
or GExperts for Delphi implementation!


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Thanx guys. True, its excist in Prof.


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Having thought about this.... +1. The task list in VS is not that good and
could be enhanced by adding grouping as in the Find Results dialog. Also,
it would be good to be able to temporarily delete items from the list. This
way you could search for a list of your TODOs, sort them as you want, then
delete the ones you weren't interested in dealing with. Open another list
in a tab and do the same. If each list could aslo be saved to a file and
reloaded into a window....well cool!

Very useful, I'd say. Any votes?

Hi again :))

Additional window in ReSharper, similiar to Delphi "ToDo" list.
Window for current project, showing simple text notes with
fileld of 4 state: "Note", "ToDo", "On work", "Complete".
This file in project folder also be under source control like
Subversion.
Wery easy and usable on a little projects / small teams.
Thanx.



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A +100 on this one. I can't remember how many times that I have put TODOs
in my code or even had my team put todos in code and not be able to see
solution wide what was needed next. This would be a very nice.


"Sean Kearon" <no@response.com> wrote in message
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Having thought about this.... +1. The task list in VS is not that good
and could be enhanced by adding grouping as in the Find Results dialog.
Also, it would be good to be able to temporarily delete items from the
list. This way you could search for a list of your TODOs, sort them as
you want, then delete the ones you weren't interested in dealing with.
Open another list in a tab and do the same. If each list could aslo be
saved to a file and reloaded into a window....well cool!
Very useful, I'd say. Any votes?

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>> Hi again :))
>>
>> Additional window in ReSharper, similiar to Delphi "ToDo" list.
>> Window for current project, showing simple text notes with
>> fileld of 4 state: "Note", "ToDo", "On work", "Complete".
>> This file in project folder also be under source control like
>> Subversion.
>> Wery easy and usable on a little projects / small teams.
>> Thanx.
>>
>



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A +100 on this one. I can't remember how many times that I have put
TODOs in my code or even had my team put todos in code and not be able
to see solution wide what was needed next. This would be a very nice.


We'll definitely implement this in the next version of ReSharper (wished
to do this in 2.0 but had not enough resources).

Valentin Kipiatkov
Chief Scientist, Vice President of Product Development
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

A +100 on this one. I can't remember how many times that I have put
TODOs in my code or even had my team put todos in code and not be able
to see solution wide what was needed next. This would be a very nice.

"Sean Kearon" <no@response.com> wrote in message
news:adc66bd18b2f8c82583d533c33c@news.jetbrains.com...

>> Having thought about this.... +1. The task list in VS is not that
>> good
>> and could be enhanced by adding grouping as in the Find Results
>> dialog.
>> Also, it would be good to be able to temporarily delete items from
>> the
>> list. This way you could search for a list of your TODOs, sort them
>> as
>> you want, then delete the ones you weren't interested in dealing
>> with.
>> Open another list in a tab and do the same. If each list could aslo
>> be
>> saved to a file and reloaded into a window....well cool!
>> Very useful, I'd say. Any votes?
>>> Hi again :))
>>>
>>> Additional window in ReSharper, similiar to Delphi "ToDo" list.
>>> Window for current project, showing simple text notes with
>>> fileld of 4 state: "Note", "ToDo", "On work", "Complete".
>>> This file in project folder also be under source control like
>>> Subversion.
>>> Wery easy and usable on a little projects / small teams.
>>> Thanx.


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Thanks Valentin. I've already added it to the tracker.

>> A +100 on this one. I can't remember how many times that I have put
>> TODOs in my code or even had my team put todos in code and not be
>> able to see solution wide what was needed next. This would be a very
>> nice.
>>

We'll definitely implement this in the next version of ReSharper
(wished to do this in 2.0 but had not enough resources).

Valentin Kipiatkov
Chief Scientist, Vice President of Product Development
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

>> A +100 on this one. I can't remember how many times that I have put
>> TODOs in my code or even had my team put todos in code and not be
>> able to see solution wide what was needed next. This would be a very
>> nice.
>>
>> "Sean Kearon" <no@response.com> wrote in message
>> news:adc66bd18b2f8c82583d533c33c@news.jetbrains.com...
>>> Having thought about this.... +1. The task list in VS is not that
>>> good
>>> and could be enhanced by adding grouping as in the Find Results
>>> dialog.
>>> Also, it would be good to be able to temporarily delete items from
>>> the
>>> list. This way you could search for a list of your TODOs, sort them
>>> as
>>> you want, then delete the ones you weren't interested in dealing
>>> with.
>>> Open another list in a tab and do the same. If each list could aslo
>>> be
>>> saved to a file and reloaded into a window....well cool!
>>> Very useful, I'd say. Any votes?
>>>> Hi again :))
>>>>
>>>> Additional window in ReSharper, similiar to Delphi "ToDo" list.
>>>> Window for current project, showing simple text notes with
>>>> fileld of 4 state: "Note", "ToDo", "On work", "Complete".
>>>> This file in project folder also be under source control like
>>>> Subversion.
>>>> Wery easy and usable on a little projects / small teams.
>>>> Thanx.


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Have you ever used this site?

http://www.tadalist.com/

I use it to keep some of my other task lists ... it's web based, available
from everywhere (good for those tasks that I might work on from home or from
work or on the road), etc. It's not a specialized coding/project task list
of course, but it's still useful IMHO.

And of course, it's free.


"Thaddaeus Parker" <tparker@microlinkllc.com> wrote in message
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>A +100 on this one. I can't remember how many times that I have put TODOs
>in my code or even had my team put todos in code and not be able to see
>solution wide what was needed next. This would be a very nice.
>
>

"Sean Kearon" <no@response.com> wrote in message
news:adc66bd18b2f8c82583d533c33c@news.jetbrains.com...

>> Having thought about this.... +1. The task list in VS is not that good
>> and could be enhanced by adding grouping as in the Find Results dialog.
>> Also, it would be good to be able to temporarily delete items from the
>> list. This way you could search for a list of your TODOs, sort them as
>> you want, then delete the ones you weren't interested in dealing with.
>> Open another list in a tab and do the same. If each list could aslo be
>> saved to a file and reloaded into a window....well cool!
>> Very useful, I'd say. Any votes?
>>
>>> Hi again :))
>>>
>>> Additional window in ReSharper, similiar to Delphi "ToDo" list.
>>> Window for current project, showing simple text notes with
>>> fileld of 4 state: "Note", "ToDo", "On work", "Complete".
>>> This file in project folder also be under source control like
>>> Subversion.
>>> Wery easy and usable on a little projects / small teams.
>>> Thanx.
>>>
>>
>>
>



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Haven't you've tried dan.g's todo list. Simple in simple terms and can be really advanced if wanted. Only reqires at minimum one exe and a ini file thus can be moved around. Also viewers for ppc and have other extensions as well.

Url: http://www.thecodeproject.com/tools/ToDoList2.asp

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