July, 2004

  • Rakesh's Blog

    Decisions.

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    There were some areas where I had requested feedback. Based on the feedback received from external and internal patrons these are the decisions. Function overloading Our proposed approach, in nut shell, was to create an additional parameter...
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    Your Choice.

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    Constant Kind . Look at this code… public ref class C1 { public : const int i; initonly int j; literal char c = 'a'; public : Class1() : i(0) { j = 1; } }; In a property page you will see...
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    Feature Requests.

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    Please try the Class Designer on C++ projects. The Class Designer is shipped with Visual Studio 2005 beta1 bits. If you would like to suggest some new features or see some improvements on existing features please post them in this category. I will...
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    Please report any bugs you find here...

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    Please try the Class Designer shipped with Visual Studio 5, beta1 bits. If you find any bugs please post them in this category. I will make sure that the reported bugs are addressed in beta2 or in RTM. Thanks.
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    Comments in code.

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    Wow! Did we get the overload behavior of Class Designer perfect or what? No comments on that post J . Did you know that the VC will support XML comments in Whidbey? XML comments are an excellent way to document your code. Here is a link to an MSDN...
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    Overload Methods

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    I have decided to post issues that solicit feedback from you and in the process touch upon the cool aspects of Class Designer. I hope you find it engaging. The Class Designer sits on top of the VC Code Model. The VC Code Model poses certain restrictions...
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