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TaskList Interface

The TaskList object represents the items in the Task List window in the Visual Studio integrated development environment (IDE).

Namespace:  EnvDTE
Assembly:  EnvDTE (in EnvDTE.dll)


<GuidAttribute("4E4F0569-E16A-4DA1-92DE-10882A4DDD8C")> _
Public Interface TaskList
public interface TaskList
public interface class TaskList
type TaskList =  interface end
public interface TaskList

The TaskList type exposes the following members.


  Name Description
Public property DefaultCommentToken Gets the default string for adding tasks to the Task List window.
Public property DTE Gets the top-level extensibility object.
Public property Parent Gets the immediate parent object of a TaskList object.
Public property SelectedItems Gets a collection of all of the items currently selected in the Task List.
Public property TaskItems Gets a collection of all tasks currently in the Task List window in the indicated categories.



There is only one TaskList object in the IDE.


Sub TaskListExample()
   Dim win As Window = DTE.Windows.Item(Constants.vsWindowKindTaskList)
   Dim TL As TaskList = win.Object
   Dim TLItem As TaskItem

   ' Add a couple of tasks to the Task List.
   TLItem = TL.TaskItems.Add(" ", " ", "Test task 1.", vsTaskPriority.vsTaskPriorityHigh, vsTaskIcon.vsTaskIconUser, True, , 10, , )
   TLItem = TL.TaskItems.Add(" ", " ", "Test task 2.", vsTaskPriority.vsTaskPriorityLow, vsTaskIcon.vsTaskIconComment, , 20, , )

   ' List the total number of task list items after adding the new 
   ' task items.
   MsgBox("Task Item 1 description: " & TL.TaskItems.Item(2).Description)
   MsgBox("Total number of task items: " & TL.TaskItems.Count)

   ' Remove the second task item. The items list in reverse numeric order.
   MsgBox("Deleting the second task item")
   MsgBox("Total number of task items: " & TL.TaskItems.Count)
End Sub

See Also


EnvDTE Namespace