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July, 2010

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  • Lester's WPF\Silverlight Blog

    Xaml Fxcop Rules Using Xaml Toolkit

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    One of the nice things that you can do with it is write XAML FXCop rules. Now there has been a common ask of getting FXCop running on Xaml. Currently VS doesnt support this; but now you have the functionality at your tooltips. The toolkit has a Microsoft.Xaml.Tools.FxCop.dll which provides the base structure for your rules. So you could easily extend the inbuilt set of rules with that of your own.

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  • Lester's WPF\Silverlight Blog

    Announcing CTP of XAML Toolkit

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    We are happy to announce the release of the second CTP of the XAMLToolkit. Where do i get it: LINK The toolkit comprises of: A XAML DOM Fxcop rule authoring support for XAML SilverlightSchemaContext that enables System.Xaml to parse SL XAML. We greatly appreciate your feedback... Bugs are welcome as well :)
  • Lester's WPF\Silverlight Blog

    Announcing CTP of XAML Toolkit

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    We are happy to announce the release of the second CTP of the XAMLToolkit. Where do i get it: LINK The toolkit comprises of: A XAML DOM Fxcop rule authoring support for XAML SilverlightSchemaContext that enables System.Xaml to parse SL XAML. We greatly appreciate your feedback... Bugs are welcome as well :) Share this post
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    XAML Compliance Suite V1

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    Generally, when theres an open spec format, theres usually a set of tests that ensure that the spec is being followed right. As as example, the Acid tests help in deterning the support of web standards in different web browsers. So when it came to XAML, we (Xaml team) decided that we should have a basic set of tests that can be used to determine whether the parser implementation is compliant with the XAML spec. You can find the latest XAML spec at ( LINK ) So here we have it, V1 of the XAML Compliance suite of tests. The suite consists of two parts: a custom type library and a collection of xaml files that use those types. The types are self verifiable - so using the library would need users to have a simple function that exercises their...
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