VCProject.MatchName Method

Matches a specified name to the name of a collection item.

Namespace: Microsoft.VisualStudio.VCProjectEngine
Assembly: Microsoft.VisualStudio.VCProjectEngine (in Microsoft.VisualStudio.VCProjectEngine.dll)

Syntax

'Declaration
Function MatchName ( _
    NameToMatch As String, _
    FullOnly As Boolean _
) As Boolean
bool MatchName(
    string NameToMatch,
    bool FullOnly
)
bool MatchName(
    [InAttribute] String^ NameToMatch, 
    [InAttribute] bool FullOnly
)
abstract MatchName : 
        NameToMatch:string * 
        FullOnly:bool -> bool
function MatchName(
    NameToMatch : String, 
    FullOnly : boolean
) : boolean

Parameters

  • FullOnly
    Type: System.Boolean

    Required. true if you want MatchName to match the full name of the string; false if you want to allow a match on the short name of the string.

    Setting MatchName to true is useful for projects, folders, and files, and requires an absolute path to match. A folder's absolute path is the concatenation of the folder names above it with its own name. A top-level folder's full name would be the same as its name. If a folder named Source Files contains a subfolder named MyProject, the MyProject folder full name would be Source Files\MyProject.

Return Value

Type: System.Boolean
true if the name was matched; otherwise, false.

Remarks

MatchName operates on a collection item. If you are iterating over the members of a collection, you can use the MatchName method to determine whether the current item is the one in which you are interested.

You can also use MatchName to match debug configurations, regardless of the platform (which is part of the full name Debug\Win32).

You cannot use MatchName for indexing into a collection. Indexing implies using the [] operator or its equivalent .Item() method, and MatchName does not affect either process.

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See Also

Reference

VCProject Interface

Microsoft.VisualStudio.VCProjectEngine Namespace