No demos, no cool effects. But yet Michael Wallent talking about the road from DHTML to WPF was one of the most interesting Channel 9 videos I’ve seen recently.
I’m in the process of getting GhostDoc 1.9.3 out the door. This is mainly a bugfix release adding support for international versions of Visual Studio 2005. If you are using a different combination than
- Visual Studio 2005 (English) on any language version of Windows
- Visual Studio 2005 (German) on a German Windows version
and if you are interested in trying an installation of version 1.9.3, please send an email to
email@example.com, I’ll get back to you in the next days.
Please include the following information in your email:
- Language of your OS
- Language of your Visual Studio 2005
Please note that the preview version sent out to testers does not contain any hot new features, so if 1.9.2 is running on your system just fine, you won’t miss anything.
Update: The new version has been released, the email address is now disabled (too much spam).
In order to be able to generate better documentation comments, the next major version of GhostDoc not only looks at identifier names, but also performs some in-depth code analysis. Here are some screenshots:
Update 2006–04–02: Ok, ok, just kidding… just a little April Fool’s joke…