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Visual Studio Links #56

by dstokes on July 23, 2008

My latest in a series of the weekly, or more often, summary of interesting links I come across related to Visual Studio.

Lisa Feigenbaum is looking for feedback on a potential Call Hierarchy feature on The Visual Basic Team blog.

Visual Studio 2008 KB:  Workaround available for BUG:  MFC Feature Pack wizard generated code with CFormView-derived view shows Debug Assertion.

Via Jason Haley:  John Robbins has written Debugger Settings, a Visual Studio add-in which allows you save and restore breakpoint settings across different machines.

Via Steve Pietrek:

Via DotNetKicks: 

Sara Ford’s Tip of the Day #265 covers enabling and disabling breakpoints with Ctrl+F9.

Jonathan Wood has created a new video – How Do I:  Use the Visual C++ 2008 Feature Pack?  Part 1:  Introduction

The Windows SDK Team wants to know how you would spend $100 on New Windows SDK features?

Gareth Jones announced that the code samples for the Domain-Specific Development with Visual Studio DSL Tools have been updated for VS 2008.

DiveDeeper’s blog continues LearnVSXNow! with Services – with no-code service initialization.

Via Jason Haley:  Jim Hoffman list 5 Things I Like Better about Visual Studio then NetBeans.

Eric Hexter wrote about speeding up his builds by Running your build/source code from a ram disk.  Eric also posted about Running a x64 build server.

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