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Known Issues for Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 SDK 1.0

The VSX team have posted a bunch of gotcha's and the associated workarounds for the 2008 VS SDK here.... thx guys.... I've now added that to my favorites :)

Posted On Thursday, January 31, 2008 8:01 AM

Model <--> Code Synchronization
Hat tip again to Gareth for the link to the excellent work being done by Jean-Marc Prieur, so if you need your model and your code to stay in sync, it looks like we have some tooling to help automate this. I've not had chance to have a play with this yet, but its now high on my task list for this week :) .... I'll post more on this once I've had a chance to play, but for now here's the link to Gareth's entry GarethJ's WebLog : Help in tackling the hard problem of model<-->code synchronization ......

Posted On Tuesday, January 29, 2008 6:27 AM

GarethJ's WebLog : DSL Tools MSDN WebCast tomorrow

just spotted this post on Gareth's blog for a webcast on DSL Tools tomorrow/today :) go here for more details GarethJ's WebLog : DSL Tools MSDN WebCast tomorrow

Posted On Tuesday, January 29, 2008 5:36 AM

VSX Guys ROCK!!!!

ok sorry for the delay in getting back on this follow up from this post, so what happened install was slick, slick, slick.... my Vista box now has VS2005 & VS2008 with the ability to create DSL's in both environments and they are both happy bunnies..... oh my factories are happy :) ..... now what about that GAT/GAX ;)

Posted On Saturday, November 24, 2007 9:15 PM

Vista, VS2005, VS2008 oh my
So its Friday afternoon and I'm itching to play with the new drop of VS2008 SDK, so here's my scenario. Base Machine: Vista Already installed : VS2005 SP1, GAT/GAX, VS SDK, plus some P&P factories, my own factories, and some Clarius stuff I intend to install VS2008 and then install VS2008 SDK..... what could possibly go wrong :) Will both version of the VS SDK be happy, will I be able to create DSL's in both environments.... hmm oh well I've hit the button.... check back later for news of how ......

Posted On Friday, November 23, 2007 3:31 PM

T4 Editor Beta

Pedro points to the new Clarius T4 Template Editor, if you spend a lot of time inside T4 templates then this is a god send.

Posted On Friday, October 19, 2007 5:48 AM

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