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December 20, 2014 - Node.js Tools for Visual Studio: Modified work item: TypeScript projects don't have .ts as the startup

December 20, 2014 - Node.js Tools for Visual Studio: Modified work item: Test discovery fails on TypeScript project with customized output dir

December 19, 2014 - Node.js Tools for Visual Studio: Modified work item: arguments not being passed to typescript compiler

December 19, 2014 - Node.js Tools for Visual Studio: Modified work item: TypeScript projects don't have .ts as the startup

December 19, 2014 - Node.js Tools for Visual Studio: Modified work item: Can't run tests when TypeScriptOutDir is defined

December 19, 2014 - Node.js Tools for Visual Studio: Created work item: Adding typescript to javascript project should bring in .d.ts files

December 19, 2014 - Node.js Tools for Visual Studio: Pushed 4 commits

December 19, 2014 - Node.js Tools for Visual Studio: Committed 0c526be845a929d4bae1c32c6855d11bce929b59, codeplex.map changes for doc upload

December 19, 2014 - Node.js Tools for Visual Studio: Committed cacd3251c952e5147c75bc1c126d3376e7b731e1, #1623 Project doc improvements #1628 Projects Documentation > Create Project from Existing Files Image Wrong #1634 PreAndPostBuildActions documentation updates

December 19, 2014 - Node.js Tools for Visual Studio: Committed 5db13222aae9d2a81f1cee29d73cbe5115cc6443, #1632 npm - Searching for grunt-contrib-uglify doesn't return the module The problem was that '-' is used as a NOT operator in FTS. The fix is to replace hyphens with spaces. It's somewhat hacky, but the only negative effect is that we can't use the NOT operator in searches, which isn't a common (or even documented) scenario to begin with. Other options included was moving away from FTS, which would a) hurt perf, b) be risky, c) ruin search for other scenarios like separated word queries. Another option was using phrase search by default, but a) couldn't get it to work even though it seems possible according to a stackoverflow answer, and b) that would prevent us from using regex altogether