Autogenerated by MFractor v3.7.3
Code snippets are source code samples that MFractor can use to generate arbitrary code.
Code snippets are defined as C# code with named arguments (EG:
$name$) that are replaced by the snippet engine when the code is being generated.
MFractor supports code snippets from 3 sources:
- Users can define snippets inside Visual Studio Macs snippets editor and then reference them in an MFractor config through the
- Users can include snippets within their projects and then reference them in an MFractor config through the
- Package and framework authors can silently inject desired code snippets by including them inside the
./b uildfolder of their package and targetting them in the
.mfc.xmlconfig file through the
When MFractor encounters a
double property, it will parse the value in the
When an enum value is encountered in a confg file, MFractor will try to parse the value into the properties enum type, falling back to the properties default enum value.
File Paths refer to files either absolutely or relative to the current project.
String property types are parsed and converted into a string literal.
Boolean properties support inputs of
When an integer value is encountered in a config file, MFractor will try to parse the value into a signed
int. If the number fails to parse, MFractor falls back to the propeties default