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Every month (more or less), the MSDN Library is updated with new topics, additions to existing topics, and even the occasional correction. Many of these changes are a direct response to your requests and comments. We welcome your feedback and questions – either in the Community Content at the bottom of each page in the MSDN Library or in comments here on the blog.
We have gathered the following list of interesting changes in new and updated topics for Visual Studio Application Lifecycle Management, self-selected by members of the VSALM doc team. Let us know what you think!
New and updated topics about work item tracking can help you manage and track tasks, bugs, and other information about your team project.
You’ll find a lot of changes in this section! We hope you’ll find the content useful, and we welcome your feedback and questions – either in the Community Content at the bottom of each page, or through the VMSDK Forum.
If you are debugging a DLL that you call from a template, you’ll have noticed you can’t rebuild it for a while after it is used by a text template. We’ve added some tips on how to work around this limitation.
Added the <#@parameter#> directive, which makes it easier to pass values into your text templates for code generation.
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