I program with different languages and for a while now I have wanted to make the K&R variant coding style my default in Visual Studio.
So what do I mean by the K&R variant coding style, this coding style was named after co authors of the book The C Programming Language (thank you Wikipedia!) Kernighan and Ritchie. The variant I like is based on Java – rather than taking up a new line I like the opening brace on the first line of the statement block.
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Sosa Somasegar announces the delay in this blog post. Sosa states that they want to resolve the reported performance issues. I think it is good that Microsoft is taking IDE performance seriously. Anyone remember what Visual Studio 2008 was like pre SP 1?
I recently downloaded ASP.NET MVC 2.0 Preview 2 and was surprised to see, that the NUnit test templates haven’t made it into the build. Again we are stuck with MSUnit being the only template available.
Fear not help is at hand Joe Cartano posted an excellent solution for MVC 1.0. I have made a minor one line tweak (in NUnit.reg) to his solution, so that it works with MVC 2.0. After reading some of the comments on the Visual Web Developer Team Blog, it was apparent that some people are having issues installing the templates, here is a very quick guide: Continue reading »
I am currently converting a lot of legacy ASP.NET Web Sites over to ASP.NET Web Application Projects. The reason for doing this is so I can make my NUnit Test project reference my Web Application Project. There are various discussions about ASP.NET: Web Site vs. Web Application, but for me it was solely for testability purposes.
In Visual Studio 2008, the process to convert a Web site over to a Web Application project is relatively painless: Continue reading »
So finally I get the system to post and thought that would be the end of my problems…
Firstly let me update you I brought the final parts a SATA DVD R/W costing £16.98 and a brand new BFG 9800 GTX+OC 512MB costing £176.13, because I can only use one graphics card I wanted the GTX 260 H2OC but am going to wait for the price to come down.
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