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  2. Allow at least 2 views for MVC examples

    It would be nice to see form submits pass through a controller method to another view. Currently I'm just throwing an exception to see passed values (https://dotnetfiddle.net/jZQKsM).

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  3. Support for Azure Functions (run.csx)

    Any plans to support an Azure Function like interface with files area for run.csx, function.json?

    Lots of C# developers out there who can't afford to have an Azure Tenant that can help collaborate on our projects.

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  4. Improve Tidy Up functionality

    As far my experience goes using dotnetfiddle.net, the "Tidy Up" functionality only remove unnecessary lines reducing code readability

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  5. Allow user input features such as "Console.ReadKey()" etc

    Was just trying to run through the c# tutorial and realised the fiddler doesn't allow you to run code with Console.Read etc. Would be a nifty feature :)

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  6. Provide a way to create a new fiddle

    It would come in handy to be able to click either the .NET Fiddle title in the top left corner, or a New Fiddle button to start over. Now, you have to refresh the page or go back to http://dotnetfiddle.net to create a new fiddle.

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  7. Link to author's other fiddles

    On top of each fiddle, it says "by <author's user name>". The author's username should be a link to take the user to all his/her fiddles.

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  8. View IL

    View IL feature doesn't work.

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  9. Support Myget as a source

    Support MyGet as a source for nuget packages, example:
    // @myget: mypackage -Version 2.7.0

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  10. Bring in proper C# 7 tuple deconstruction

    Simple test:

    static (int, int) Foo(int i)

    {
    
    return (i+2, 1*2);
    }

    Current "result" :
    Predefined type 'System.ValueTuple`2' is not defined or imported

    Expected:
    To compile (and work of course :-)

    This includes updating "4.7.2" "Compiler" to accept C# 7.x and at least linking the proper dll with ValueTuple-a for "Roslyn 2.0"

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  11. 1 vote
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  12. User main page

    It would be nice to have a user page that lists the Fiddles that we have created. A main page of sorts.

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  13. mobile/desktop button

    Mobile/Desktop versions switch button is needed on main menu.

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  14. AutoCompletion of { } Shortcut for Console.WriteLine

    Curley braces autocompletion would be so nice
    and shortcut like cw + tab to write Console.WriteLine()

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  15. Have `console` output handle *markdown* (optionally)

    It would be cool to mark some words as code and others as emphasized.

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  16. Enable adding assemply attributes like assemplyinfo.cs

    some class libraries loaded from nuget need setting assembly attributes located in assemplyInfo.cs otherwise it fire an exception, like:

    [assembly: AssemblyCompany("Company xyz")]

    [assembly: AssemblyCopyright("Copyright © 2018 Company xyz")]

    Enable setting these attributes in assemplyInfo.cs

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  17. region

    Add support for collapsible regions

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  18. Allow Postsharp

    With postsharp AOP is available for C#. I wanted to try out a sample code at postharp. I downloaded the nuget package, but it didn't work.

    PostSharp extends the C# and VB languages with a notion of pattern. The result: shorter, cleaner code that’s easier to write and understand, contains fewer defects and is less expensive to maintain.

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  19. 1 vote
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  20. nuget header directive for vb.net

    Why would you make a Nuget Header Directive available for C# but not for VB.Net?

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