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Window.Project Property

Gets the Project object associated with the Window object.

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

Project Project { get; }
/** @property */
Project get_Project ()

function get Project () : Project

Property Value

A Project object.

The Project property represents the project to which the item belongs.

public void CodeExample(DTE2 dte, AddIn addin)
{   
    try
    {   // Before running, create a text file named 
        // "TextFile1.txt", include it in your solution,
        // and make it the active window.
        Window win;
        Document doc;
        if (dte.Documents.Count > 0)
        {
            doc = dte.Documents.Item("TextFile1.txt");
            win = doc.ActiveWindow;
            // Show the name of the project that contains this window and document.
            MessageBox.Show(win.Project.Name);  
            win.Activate(); // Activate the window
            // Show the name of the current ProjectItem in the window.
            MessageBox.Show(win.ProjectItem.Name);
            // How many other windows are available?
            string w = "Windows:\n";
            foreach (Window wi in win.Collection)
            {
                w = w + wi.Caption + "\n";
            }
            MessageBox.Show(w);
            // Determine that the document returned by the document 
            // property is the same as the document object 'doc'.
            if (win.Document.Equals(doc))
                MessageBox.Show("The documents match!");
            else MessageBox.Show("The documents do not match!");
            // Close the window.
            win.Close(vsSaveChanges.vsSaveChangesNo);
        }
    }
    catch(Exception ex)
    {
        MessageBox.Show(ex.Message);
    }
}

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