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GhostDoc 2.1.0 Released

GhostDoc is a free add-in for Visual Studio that automatically generates XML documentation comments for C#. Either by using existing documentation inherited from base classes or implemented interfaces, or by deducing comments from name and type of e.g. methods, properties or parameters.

What’s New in GhostDoc:
  1. Added: Support for VB.NET has been added again . The feature is turned off by default and you have to turn it on in the config dialog. 
  2. Added: Setup for the demo project now contains a VB.Net version.
  3. Added: Full support for events (configurable default documentation, inherited documentation , and used-defined custom rules)
  4. Added: New macro $(DeclaringTypeKind) that specifies the kind of type a member is defined in (i.e. class, struct or interface).
  5. Changed: All occurrences of "class" in the default templates have been replaced by $(DeclaringTypeKind).
  6. Fixed: Documentation of constructors of structs referring to the initialization of a "class" instance.
  7. Fixed: Problems with parameter names starting with an ‘@’ (e.g. "@class").

Download on the GhostDoc Website

[Via Roland Weigelt's blog]

Technorati tags: tools, add-in, vs2005

Regionerate – An automatic layout enforcement tool for the C#

Regionerate (pronounced ri-jeh-neh-rate) is a new open-source tool for programmers that allows you to automatically apply layout rules on C# code.Regionerate runs on Visual Studio 2005, Visual Studio Codename Orcas Beta 1, #develop 2.0, NAnt and on command line.Regionerate can layout and sort fields ,properties,methods and wraps them in regions with counter.You can easily create your own layouts.

Download Regionerate

Technorati tags: dotnet, code formating, vs 2003, vs2005

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WPF on steroids – Outlook clone

Two engineer from the Switzerland branch of Microsoft Ronnie Saurenmann and  Ruihua Jin developed an Outlook clone using WPF, XAML, Expression Blend etc.
The online demonstration(XPAB) is available at this url. Check out the 90 pages tutorial about how you can develop an application similar to MS Outlook(be sure to download the project files).


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