Visual Studio 2005 features a number of targeted, programmable object models. By using these models, you can access the underlying components and events inside the Visual Studio integrated development environment (IDE) and its projects. Each model contains types and members that represent solutions, projects, tool windows, code editors, debuggers, code objects, documents, events, and more. Consequently, you can extend the functionality of the IDE, automate repetitive tasks, and integrate other applications into the IDE. The object models can be accessed through any of four methods: macros, add-ins, wizards, and the Visual Studio Industry Partner (VSIP) program.
The Visual Studio 2005 automation models will have the following changes and new features:
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