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    DSL Tools are now part of the Visual Studio 2005 SDK

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    As Gareth announced the DSL Tools are now an official part of the VS 2005 SDK. Our DSL Tools (Nov 2005) CTP has been integrated into the Feb 2006 CTP of the VS SDK . That means we won't offer the CTPs of our DSL Tools as download on the DSL Tools homepage...
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    DSL Tools Nov 2005 CTP available!

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    The new Nov 2005 CTP of the DSL Tools is available on MSDN! Now you can use the DSL Tools with the Visual Studio 2005 final product versions. The new CTP adds with two new major features to the DSL Tools: Model validation and designer deployment via MSI...
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    Busy summer

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    I arrived in Los Angeles last night to attend the PDC 05. I just noticed that last three months were incredibly busy for the DSL team and I didn't even write a single blog entry. We were all focused on completing the planning for our DSL Tools "Version...
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    DSL Tools at TechEd 2005

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    I got into Orland last night and I gave a presentation about DSL Tools at the TechEd Academic Days this morning. We have a new presentation with new demos running on top of the new DSL Tools release. I hope that we can make these samples available via...
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    New DSL Tools CTP for Visual Studio Beta 2

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    I am very happy to announce the availability of the new "May 2005 CTP" release of the Microsoft DSL Tools. You can find the download page here . The highlights of this release are: Support for Visual Studio Beta 2. New features for the model...
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    Using Models in Visual Studio

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    A blog entry from Stuart Kent summarizes some of the discussions on our DSL Tools Newsgroup about programmatic use of in-memory models. The DSL Tools allow you to create in-memory models with domain-specific APIs for Visual Studio: The models are held...
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    The Template Engine

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    The DSL Tools come with a template-based artifact generation engine that allows you to generate code files, text files, XML files, HTML files etc. from models. Gareth has put a nice summary of the syntax that we use for this engine on his blog : Having...
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    Future releases of the DSL Tools

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    I often get the question if the current CTP release of the DSL tools is already close or similar to the final first version of the tools. The answer is that we will continue to ship CTPs with a growing set of features. My colleague Stuart Kent summarized...
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    DSL Tools Version March05 available

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    Last Thursday we made a new version of the DSL Tools available here , while I was still traveling in Europe. Based on the user feedback we have fixed a number of defects and we have added validation checks for the 'designer definition file'. You can find...
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    Known Issues - DSL Tools Dec04 CTP

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    Known Issues DSL Tools Dec04 CTP 1. Installation and Startup 1.1. Unregistered class e rror when launching DSL Designer wizard. When creating a DSL designer project in the experimental version (VSIP version) of Visual Studio 2005, this error message appears...
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    Known Issues and Work Arounds for the DSL Tools Dec04 CTP

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    We've compiled a list of known issues and work arounds for our current CTP release. The list will be available on MSDN in a few days. In the meantime you can find it here . Jochen
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    New tutorials for DSL tools available

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    We have just published a few walkthroughs for the December04 CTP release. I apologize for the delay, because I know it is difficult to play with our DSL tools without these tutorials. At the same time I would like to thank you for your interest in this...
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    First download of the complete DSL tools available

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    DSL Tools CTP December 04 Now Available! We have been very busy over the last few weeks and here is the result: The first CTP (community technology preview) release of the complete set of DSL tools is ready for download here . The DSL tools are a CTP...
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    The first technical preview

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    Today, we are making available the first installment of our Domain-Specific Language tools as a technical preview. Please note that this is work in progress and not a beta or even a final release. To put this all in context, let’s examine how we got here...
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    You want to use a visual Domain-Specific Language in Visual Studio?

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    My colleague Stuart Kent summarized in his blog , what we have been working on: A wizard that creates a solution in VS which when built installs a graphical designer as a first class tool hosted in VS. The designer can be customized to the Domain Specific...
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    Building graphical editors ten years ago ...

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    At OOPSLA, we presented our technology to build graphical designers for visual domain-specific languages. This makes a very important step towards the vision of "Software Factories" as outlined by Jack Greenfield and Keith Short in their recent book ...
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    Hello!

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    I am a program manager in the Visual Studio Team System group. Specifically, I’m responsible for a framework that is used to build graphical designers in Visual Studio. My team includes team members in Redmond, WA and Cambridge, UK. I’ve been working...
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