What’s an app got to do to get on Wikipedia? You know I can’t put it there myself – that’s against the rules.
The December 2011 Release (build 126.96.36.1990) is live: http://mfcmapi.codeplex.com.
When I started working on the UI overhaul, I knew it was going to take a few releases to get it right. After all, I’m a one man development team, and while I’ve got a number of folks who do testing for me, I can’t catch everything. Since the last release, I’ve found (or been pointed at) a number of issues with the new UI, mostly relating to the abundance of themes out there. I’ve also found a new (to me) code analysis tool which has uncovered a number of potential issues. So I’ve decided to release an off schedule build to address everything. I’m still not done with the UI, but this release should be more visually stable on more machines.
Since I’ve changed some colors in this release, I took a new screenshot:
Here's a change list - see the Issue Tracker on Codeplex for more details, or look at the code:
What code analysis tool did you find and what was the nature of the issues that it uncovered?
It was an internal tool. The issues it found are listed in the Issue Tracker, and you can look at the change set for more details. The most common was functions declared as taking a non-constant string which were only called with constant strings. Changing the signatures fixed those.