Monday, May 25, 2009

Updated: Tree Trim

Tree Trim is a command line tool that trims your source code tree.  It removes debug files, source control bindings, and temporary files.

It’s integrated with Windows Explorer: when you right click a folder you’re given the option to clean the folder.

Massive thanks to Scott Hanselman for blogging about it and for providing some great and detailed feedback.

If you’re interested in doing your own Tree Trim plugin, there’s now a Wiki page to take you through the process.  If you’d like to contribute your plugin or fix any issues, then take a look at this page.

Friday, May 15, 2009

Updated: Code Formatter Plugin for Windows Live Writer

Version of the Code Formatter Plugin can be downloaded here.  This has a fix for when the plugin tried to load configuration from the wrong location on disk.