So to round out the templates for a while, the final one I have created is an Item Template for creating an Assembly Information File:
The template can be found on the Visual Studio Gallery at:
The reason this one came about was due to the fact version 1.1 of the F# Windows Application templates now provide this capability.
This extension creates a file called AssemblyInfo.fs, that contains the standard assembly definitions usually associated with other programming languages. The generated code is as follows:
As all F# code files must do something, the final line is essentially the code that is executed. Remember, the added file cannot be the last source file in a project so it will have to be moved up the source file list.
Once this assembly information file is included in your project, you will be able to see the usual property definitions associated with the assembly:
Once again, hope this is useful.
Written by Carl Nolan