Today we've made the WPF sources for the .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 available as download through Visual Studio 2008. The downloadable version of the sources is currently going through its latest tests and I'll make it available as soon as all tests have passed. The sources are available for Windows Vista and all other versions of Windows. The different flavors caused some of the delays but I hope we have overcome all issues and everyone will be able to take advantage of this improved insight in the inner workings of WPF and the .NET Framework.

 

List of available assemblies

NPWPF.dll

ReachFramework.dll

PenImc.dll

System.Printing.dll

PresentationBuildTasks.dll

System.Windows.Presentation.dll

PresentationCFFRasterizer.dll

UIAutomationClient.dll

PresentationCFFRasterizerNative_v0300.dll

UIAutomationClientsideProviders.dll

PresentationCore.dll

UIAutomationProvider.dll

PresentationFramework.Aero.dll

UIAutomationTypes.dll

PresentationFramework.Classic.dll

WindowsBase.dll

PresentationFramework.Luna.dll

WindowsFormsIntegration.dll

PresentationFramework.dll

wpfgfx_v0300.dll

PresentationFramework.Royale.dll

PresentationFontCache.exe

PresentationHostDll.dll

PresentationHost.exe

PresentationHostProxy.dll

XamlViewer_v0300.exe

PresentationNative_v0300.dll

XPSViewer.exe

PresentationUI.dll

 

 

How to get started?

You can find the instructions on how to configure Visual Studio 2008 and take advantage of the RSCC features on the RSCC web site. We've added some interesting features in Visual Studio 2008 SP1 and I'll make sure to write a blog post about that in the coming days.

 

What if I run into issues?

If you run into any issues with debugging one of these assemblies, please read the Visual Studio 2008 RSCC setup instructions and if that doesn't help post a question on the RSCC forum.