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Transforming Tree Surgeon using the Adaptive Console Framework by Bil Simser

I'm a command line app junkie as I love working with it. I guess it's my DOS/Linux roots but I find things go faster when you're not dealing with a GUI and a mouse. Command line tools like NAnt and MSBuild have all sorts of options and syntax. Some of...

Tree Surgeon 2.0 Released by Bil Simser

We’ve released version 2.0 of Tree Surgeon . This is the first major release since I took the project over from Mike Roberts. This release adds the following features: 2005 and 2008 support in addition to the original 2003 support Ability to choose the...

Tree Surgeon is Looking for a Logo by Bil Simser

A new release of Tree Surgeon is forthcoming and I’m looking to the community to see if someone with some time and artistic skills on their hands would be interested in putting together a logo to kick things up a notch. Tree Surgeon is a .NET development...

To Release an Unbuildable TreeSurgeon? by Bil Simser

I mentioned we were getting a release of TreeSurgeon out that included 2005 and now 2008 support. The code is all checked in so if you're interested in getting it, go for it. The "official" release hasn't been put together yet for due to problems with...

Breathing new life into Tree Surgeon by Bil Simser

As I took over the maintenance of Tree Surgeon from Mike Roberts, there are millions (well dozens maybe) of ideas buzzing around in my head. We're tracking these ideas using the Issue Tracker on CodePlex. This will allow you to add new ideas as well as...

Tree Surgeon has a new home... on CodePlex! by Bil Simser

About a week or so ago Mike Roberts posted a note that he was no longer going to be working in the .NET world as the Java world was taking over at his company. Mike is the author of many blog posts on setting up a development tree in .NET and these blog...
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