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February, 2005

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    VSIP: Creating a Profile Settings Category

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    In this walkthrough, you create a profile settings category and use it to save and restore values to and from a settings file. A category is simply a group of related properties which show up as a "custom settings point", that is, as a checkbox in the...
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    Because Sergey asked...

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    Update: There is actually a bug in Beta1 and all of the current CTP’s where commands and keybindings for VSIP packages do not show up in the UI unless the user chooses the General Settings option. This bug has been fixed. The fix will be in Beta 2 Community...
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    An Admission of Newbieness...

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    Okay, how much of a newbie am I? I have hosed my CSS with too complex and sometimes redundant formatting. Give me a couple of hours and I should have this fixed. Live and learn... I blog as a hobby using other protocols, so there simply isn't a good excuse...
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    My Favorite Books this Year (so far)

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    I am called upon to recommend books to writers, editors, and friends as part of my job. When tasked to publish this list, I start by looking at what our devs are reading. Last year I reviewed every Microsoft Press book and then selected ten to excerpt...
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    Creating Managed Satellite DLLs

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    Hi, my name is Kemp Brown and I'm a lead programmer writer for Visual Studio Automation on Jim's team. I thought I'd introduce myself with one of the walkthroughs that I created for Visual Studio 2005 and released in beta one. I know that creators of...
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    New ISV Community Forums

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    The ISV Community Center launched the ISV Community Center Forums this week. The forums are designed to help ISVs building solutions using Microsoft technologies. These forums are typically for small companies of 1-20 employees who want to discuss the...
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    Creating a Visual Studio 2005 Tools/Options Page

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    This draft walkthrough guides you through the steps of creating two Tools/Options pages. It will become available in the RTM release of Visual Studio Industry Program (VSIP) 2005. But I thought some of you might want to test it now. Of course this is...
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    VSIP Partner Oracle Highlight

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    The InternetNews reports, " Oracle has issued a toolkit to help Microsoft programmers use Visual Studio .NET 2003 software to write Oracle Database 10g applications on the Windows operating system. Released as a beta , Oracle Developer Tools for Visual...
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    Why Another Blog?

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    Why indeed. I wanted to find a way to get the findings of my very sharp team to VSIP partners and anyone that would use automation in Visual Studio to accomplish a goal. I am a documentation manager of a very fine team. Most of my writers are programmers...
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    Accessing Options with Automation

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    I've created a new walkthrough targeting the Visual Studio 2005 beta 2 release which shows how to create custom Tools/Options pages using the Managed Package Framework (MPF) Microsoft.VisualStudio.Shell.DialogPage class. This class does a lot of the work...
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