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  • Blog Post: Tools for Tools

    As we come close to shipping VS 2008 SDK V1, I would like to talk a little about the future of the VS SDK and the plans we have around supporting the extensibility community. We have been focussing a lot on the samples and tooling to make it easier for extenders to use the VSIP APIs and consume the...
  • Blog Post: Oct 2007 VSIP Conference

    The next VSIP conference starts Oct 15 and runs through Oct 17. This is one of the biggest VSIP conference we have organized in the history of the VSIP program. I will be presenting on Oct 16, 2007 during the conference and my presentation will provide an overview of the V1 VS 2008 SDK and the future...
  • Blog Post: VS Shell Isolated Development

    We are working actively to enhance the expereince of package development for VS Shell Isolated SKU for the VS 2008 V1 VS SDK to be released to target VS 2008 RTM. This will make is easier to add new and existing VSIP packages to a VS Shell SKU. We will be adding support for creation of pkgdef files for...
  • Blog Post: VS SDK Code Name "Orcas" June CTP Released!

    The VS SDK team released the latest VS SDK targeting Visual Studio Orcas Beta 1 last week . You can download it from http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=1C99A9C8-ADFC-4DE6-8B9E-2A5C6B540332&displaylang=en . This SDK exposes the Run As Normal User (RANU) feature for the first...
  • Blog Post: RANU Package Development

    Today I want to talk about RANU for Package development. RANU stands for Run as Normal user. In Orcas VS SDK, we are providing package developers the ability to create packages as a normal user. Package developers do not need to be administrators on the development box. This was the requirement in VS...
  • Blog Post: V4 VS SDK Targeting VS 2005 Released!

    On behalf of the VS Tools Ecosystem team, I am pleased to announce that after months of hard work, VS SDK 4.0 has been released! This is the last SDK release planned for Visual Studio 2005. The team has done a ton of work to make this release friendly to developers who are new to Visual Studio extensibility...
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