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Re: CoApp for Visual Studio


It's compatible with VS11 and you should you use it in VS test environment for now.


From: Garrett Serack [mailto:garretts@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: 29. kesäkuuta 2012 18:40
To: Henrik Juvonen; coapp-developers@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: RE: CoApp for Visual Studio

I started getting closer to testing this out earlier this week.

I installed the Visual Studio SDK, and compiled it--is it in a state to install yet, or do I have to use it in the VS test environment right now?

Oh, and do we know if this is VS11 compatible? I spend most of my time in VS11 these days since the debugger tends to lock up  a lot less.


From: coapp-developers-bounces+garretts=microsoft.com@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx [coapp-developers-bounces+garretts=microsoft.com@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] on behalf of Henrik Juvonen [henjuv@xxxxxx]
Sent: Friday, June 29, 2012 4:56 AM
To: coapp-developers@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [Coapp-developers] CoApp for Visual Studio

I've been working on the CoApp Visual Studio extension for over a month now and it's getting more usable every day. The new version (0.4.0) adds settings and allows restoring packages upon opening solution.

I would like to get your feedback mainly on the usability (follow the instructions in readme). If you don't have time to try it out, check out the screenshots and the user guide to get an idea on how it works.

Repository: https://github.com/henjuv/coapp-vse
Screenshots: https://github.com/henjuv/coapp-vse/wiki/Screenshots
User guide: https://github.com/henjuv/coapp-vse/wiki/User-Guide

Henrik Juvonen