Aaron Marten

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  • Blog Post: VSX Videos on Channel 9

    Yesterday, Ken Levy and I sat down with Dan from Channel 9 to have an unscripted discussion about Visual Studio Extensibility (VSX) (including finding a bug live during an untested, on-the-fly demo!). We also discussed creating your own Visual Studio Shell and show off how to add a new package to a VS...
  • Blog Post: Lang .NET Talk

    A few weeks ago, Carl Brochu and I had the incredible opportunity to speak at the 2008 Lang .NET Symposium that was hosted here on the main Microsoft campus (alongside some much more well-known folks in the software industry ). Our talk was titled "Integrating Languages in the Visual Studio Shell" and...
  • Blog Post: Managed Language Tools in Visual Studio 2005 SDK

    In the Visual Studio 2005 SDK Version 3 , we've included a toolset which should be of value to you if you've ever considered integrating a language into Visual Studio using C#. In the past, if you wanted to do this it was up to you to "wire-up" your lexer and parser to the Visual Studio language service...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2005 SDK - August 2006 CTP now available

    http://affiliate.vsipmembers.com/downloads/69/UserFileDownload.ashx Some of the new features include: New Powertoys (Extensibility Explorer, VC++ Snippet Support, SuperDiff) Enhancements to IronPython web integration RDT Explorer Sample DocView Editor Sample Managed Language Tools...
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