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Last post, I introduced the VS Languages Future Focus page on Code Gallery. This time, we'd like to get your feedback on another potential IDE feature: Call Hierarchy.
Please find a description of the feature here:http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/vslangfutures/Wiki/View.aspx?title=Call%20Hierarchy&referringTitle=Home
Please leave your feedback here:http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/Thread/View.aspx?ProjectName=vslangfutures&ThreadId=123
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My latest in a series of the weekly, or more often, summary of interesting links I come across related to Visual Studio. Lisa Feigenbaum is looking for feedback on a potential Call Hierarchy feature on The Visual Basic Team blog. Visual Studio 2008 KB:
Good idea. Please allow refactoring based on the call hiearchy so that I can re-arrange fucntions into different modules based on call hiearchy. This will allow me to restructure a project to better fit functions into source code files based on what fucntion is used where. (e.g., function X is called only from within class Y, therefore functino X can be moved into class Y as a private function.) (e.g., Function X is static and in class Z, it is called from lots of other classes, it can be moved fro class Z to a utility class since it is static).
I've make a program in VB voor editing .srt files
When i write an special charakter ( é ) to the file than
it is converterd (E9 to C3,A9. All in Hex. ) When i read it back, than it is converterd back in E9. Hex.
The problem is when the driver of an another program read this file it never shows my that special charakter ( é )
Can you tell me how i can solve this problem.
Frans ( From the Nederlands )