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March, 2008

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Welcome to the VSX (Visual Studio Extensibility) Team blog. The VSX Developer Center web site is at http://msdn.com/vsx with the VS SDK download, documentation, news, resources, community references, and more.

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    VSCT PowerToy released

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    We have released a new utility called the VSCT PowerToy . For VSX developers who extend Visual Studio using the VS SDK , the VSCT (Visual Studio Command Table) PowerToy is a read-only viewer that you can use to explore the commands associated with a VSPackage...
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    VSX FAQ Blog created for scenario based resource references

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    We just created a new VSX related blog called the VSX FAQ blog . We will be posting new entries and updating existing ones on the VSX FAQ blog as needed.  We have over 100 VSX FAQ topics with links already created and currently being reviewed, so...
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    IronPython Studio 1.0 for Isolated and Integrated VS Shell

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    There is now an integrated VS Shell version of IronPython Studio free for download and installation to go along with isolated version. The version has also changed from CTP mode to version 1.0. Applications using the isolated version of the VS Shell runtime...
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    VSX Community Letter for March 2008

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    This month's letter includes a summary of our new Visual Studio Gallery website we launched a few weeks ago, the updated VSX developer center, information about what the VSX team has been working on in the past few months, event news on VSX, some new...
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    Tutorial for creating a simple managed project system in Visual Studio

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    Our VSX UE (User Education) team has posted a detailed tutorial, Tutorial: A Simple Managed Project System , on their blog on creating a new managed project system using the VS SDK for VS 2008 . This is the first in a series of tutorials from our VSX...
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