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Posted On Thursday, August 3, 2006 2:52 PM

Creating a VS2005 instance
Sometimes is very usefull for testing purposes to create a VS2005 instance, and them use that instance to have access to the DTE API stuff. So, here is a code snippet to create a VS2005 instance and to open a solution: Type t = Type.GetTypeFromProgID("Vis... DTE dte = (DTE)System.Activator.Creat... true); try { dte.Solution.Open(@"C:\Temp... //Wait some seconds to let VS open the solution System.Threading.Thread.Sle... } finally { dte.Solution.Close(false); ......

Posted On Thursday, April 20, 2006 12:06 PM

Whidbey Hosting Process
By default every time you compile a WindowsApplication or ConsoleApplication project using VS2005, a “vshost.exe” and a “vshost.exe.config... files are created on the \Bin\Debug and \Bin\Release paths. The purpose of these “vshost.exe” and a “vshost.exe.config... files is described here. To disable this feature you need to: Open a project in Visual Studio. On the Project menu, click Properties. Go to the Debug Tab Clear the Enable the Visual Studio hosting ......

Posted On Wednesday, April 5, 2006 3:35 AM

The .42 Number
The version number of .NET v2.0 is 2.0.50727.42 and VS2005's one is 8.0.50727.42. The convention used for this version numbering is YMMDD, this means that the final development push was on July 27 2005, and since that time they made 42 builds. If you want to know about the history of the .42 number check http://blogs.msdn.com/quant... So, after v1.0.3705 and v1.1.4322 now comes v2.0.50727.42. Pablo ......

Posted On Friday, October 28, 2005 4:00 PM

Visual Studio 2005 is out!!!

The final version of Visual Studio 2005 is available for download at MSDN subscriber. :)

There is also a *Trial* version of the Team Suite edition available for download.

Pablo

Posted On Friday, October 28, 2005 11:23 AM

WebProject References in Whidbey
As you may know, the web project file (.webproj) for a ASP.NET 2.0 Web Application is gone. So one of the things that I look was how the references (in Everett the entry references were in the .webproj) were handled. The conclusion is the following: If you add a reference to a binary that is not in GAC, its going to be copied to the /bin directory. If you add a reference to a binary that is in GAC, the entry for the reference is going to be added to the web.config: <compilation> <assemblies> ......

Posted On Thursday, September 15, 2005 1:05 AM

Whidbey RC

Whidbey RC was out 2 days ago, so I will download it and start playing with it.

The days for the RTM are counting...

Pablo

Posted On Thursday, September 15, 2005 12:48 AM

Solution Folders
One of the many new features of Visual Studio 2005 is the concept of solution folders. You use them to organize the projects inside the solution, it is a logical organization because a solution folder does not map to physical directory in the file system. For example if I create a solution folder named “DataAccess“ the following line is added to the sln file: Project("{2150E333-8FDC-42A... = "DataAccess", "DataAccess", "{7E6B9306-943C-4E3E-99B6-0... You can ......

Posted On Friday, August 12, 2005 12:57 AM

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