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May 23, 2005
visual studio 2005
Just got my free copy of Visual Studio 2005 Beta 2, and i must say its great.
You can download the VSIP SDK that lets you extend the IDE, including creating
support for other languages. Im considering writing a plugin that lets the IDE
do intellisense for D.
May 23, 2005
Re: visual studio 2005
imr1984 wrote:
> Just got my free copy of Visual Studio 2005 Beta 2, and i must say its great.
> You can download the VSIP SDK that lets you extend the IDE, including creating
> support for other languages. Im considering writing a plugin that lets the IDE
> do intellisense for D.
> 
> 

That would be great, if you have enough enthusiasm then go ahead, I'm 
sure alot of people will be interested.
May 23, 2005
Re: visual studio 2005
I'm curious about it's possibility.
As far as i know, Visual Studio (2002,2003 and I think 2005 too)
are .NET based and (almost) all of the supported languages generate managed
(IL) code, so the resulted "assembly" is not able to run without
the .NET framework (CLR).

So I think D can not be embedded into it.

Tamas Nagy
E-mail: tamas at microwizard dot hu

In article <d6t62r$1nib$1@digitaldaemon.com>, Hasan Aljudy says...
>
>imr1984 wrote:
>> Just got my free copy of Visual Studio 2005 Beta 2, and i must say its great.
>> You can download the VSIP SDK that lets you extend the IDE, including creating
>> support for other languages. Im considering writing a plugin that lets the IDE
>> do intellisense for D.
>> 
>> 
>
>That would be great, if you have enough enthusiasm then go ahead, I'm 
>sure alot of people will be interested.
May 23, 2005
Re: visual studio 2005
MicroWizard wrote:
> I'm curious about it's possibility.
> As far as i know, Visual Studio (2002,2003 and I think 2005 too)
> are .NET based and (almost) all of the supported languages generate managed
> (IL) code, so the resulted "assembly" is not able to run without
> the .NET framework (CLR).
> 
> So I think D can not be embedded into it.
> 
> Tamas Nagy
> E-mail: tamas at microwizard dot hu
> 
> In article <d6t62r$1nib$1@digitaldaemon.com>, Hasan Aljudy says...
> 
>>imr1984 wrote:
>>
>>>Just got my free copy of Visual Studio 2005 Beta 2, and i must say its great.
>>>You can download the VSIP SDK that lets you extend the IDE, including creating
>>>support for other languages. Im considering writing a plugin that lets the IDE
>>>do intellisense for D.
>>>
>>>
>>
>>That would be great, if you have enough enthusiasm then go ahead, I'm 
>>sure alot of people will be interested.

It's good to remember that many of us use Eclipse SDK (www.eclipse.org).
Eclipse is very powerful and modular cross-platform SDK. But the biggest
problem is that we don't have a proper D language plugin (yet ;-). I
think it's a way better place to start, eh?


Jari-Matti
May 23, 2005
Re: visual studio 2005
In article <d6s292$kl3$1@digitaldaemon.com>, imr1984 says...
>
>Just got my free copy of Visual Studio 2005 Beta 2, and i must say its great.
>You can download the VSIP SDK that lets you extend the IDE, including creating
>support for other languages. Im considering writing a plugin that lets the IDE
>do intellisense for D.

I don't know if it's compatible with VS 2005 Beta 2 (or even if it works with
any version of VS), but there's an inactive project at dsource called DCoder
(http://www.dsource.org/projects/dcoder/):

"Visual Studio.NET extensions for D like Syntax highlighting"

You might want to check it out.

jcc7
May 24, 2005
Re: visual studio 2005
MicroWizard wrote:
> I'm curious about it's possibility.
> As far as i know, Visual Studio (2002,2003 and I think 2005 too)
> are .NET based and (almost) all of the supported languages generate managed
> (IL) code, so the resulted "assembly" is not able to run without
> the .NET framework (CLR).
> 
> So I think D can not be embedded into it.
This is not true. I working with both version 2003 and 2005b2, so i can
say that both this versions can be used to generate code even for NT 
DDK. Of course I mean C++ tools. And I don't see why it's impossible to 
add D as one of supported languages. However I prefer eclipse as 
Development platform for D.
> 
> Tamas Nagy
> E-mail: tamas at microwizard dot hu
> 
> In article <d6t62r$1nib$1@digitaldaemon.com>, Hasan Aljudy says...
> 
>>imr1984 wrote:
>>
>>>Just got my free copy of Visual Studio 2005 Beta 2, and i must say its great.
>>>You can download the VSIP SDK that lets you extend the IDE, including creating
>>>support for other languages. Im considering writing a plugin that lets the IDE
>>>do intellisense for D.
>>>
>>>
>>
>>That would be great, if you have enough enthusiasm then go ahead, I'm 
>>sure alot of people will be interested.
> 
> 
>
May 27, 2005
Re: visual studio 2005
I vote for Eclipse.
"MicroWizard" <MicroWizard_member@pathlink.com> дÈëÏûÏ¢ÐÂÎÅ:d6tec3$2123$1@digitaldaemon.com...
> I'm curious about it's possibility.
> As far as i know, Visual Studio (2002,2003 and I think 2005 too)
> are .NET based and (almost) all of the supported languages generate 
> managed
> (IL) code, so the resulted "assembly" is not able to run without
> the .NET framework (CLR).
>
> So I think D can not be embedded into it.
>
> Tamas Nagy
> E-mail: tamas at microwizard dot hu
>
> In article <d6t62r$1nib$1@digitaldaemon.com>, Hasan Aljudy says...
>>
>>imr1984 wrote:
>>> Just got my free copy of Visual Studio 2005 Beta 2, and i must say its 
>>> great.
>>> You can download the VSIP SDK that lets you extend the IDE, including 
>>> creating
>>> support for other languages. Im considering writing a plugin that lets 
>>> the IDE
>>> do intellisense for D.
>>>
>>>
>>
>>That would be great, if you have enough enthusiasm then go ahead, I'm
>>sure alot of people will be interested.
>
>
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