March, 2005

  • R.Ramesh's WebLog

    Visual Studio 2005 Class Designer will not support the C++ language

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    Today we announced that support for C++ in the Class Designer has been cut. There were several tools in C++ that required attention – for example support for Intellisense, Project System, Build System, Class Diagramming, etc. We believed that we will...
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    Class Designer availability

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    Class Designer will be availabe on all Visual Studio Editions Standard and above. There seems to be some confusion that Class Designer will only be available in Team Architect and Team Dev SKUs, so we wanted to make it clear that it is not the case. However...
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    Expressing relationships between types

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    John, our PM is collecting feedback on the need and value of visualizing relationships other than inheritance and associations on class diagrams in the class designer team blog . Your perspective on this is very much appreciated. Cheers, Ramesh.
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    Class Designer and Productivity

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    In his blog, Modeling as a Productivity Enhancer in Visual Studio Team System , Barry raises excellent points regarding the areas where the Class Designer can really help developer productivity in the code generation scenarios. I couldn't agree more....
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    C++ Support in Class Designer

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    Thanks for your feedback/comments on this decision. As I mentioned, this was a very difficult decision we had to make. Remember, when we started this project, we could have very well said we are not going to support C++ and spent our resources on other...
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    John Stallo talks about Class Designer

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    Josh Ledgard, PM in Visual Studio recently interviewed John (PM for Class Designer). The video for the first part of the interview can be viewed here (Channel 9). I really liked the intro text Josh had written to the video: I've now done a few interviews...
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