Saturday, August 2, 2008

Ed Dore's VSX samples from closed GotDotNet website

I hope Ed won't mind about the re-posting here in my blog his great VSX samples I've downloaded from currently closed GotDotNet website when it was alive. (Ed, in case you want me to remove them from here, just let me know).

So there are the following samples available:

HierAnarchy Sample Package (HierAnarchy.zip, 37k)
Sample MPF based Visual Studio Package written in CSharp. This sample demonstrates how to create a Solution/Server Explorer type toolwindow. It also implements a very minimalistic IVsUIHierarchy interface, and just enough properties to actually display a few nodes in the VsUIHierarchy's tree control.

MyErrors Sample Package (MyErrorsPackage.zip, 39k)
Sample Visual Studio Package written in C#; that illustrates using an ErrorListProvider to participate in the ErrorList ToolWindow. This package implements a toolwindow from which you can add ErrorTask objects to the ErrorList ToolWindow.

TBEdit Sample Package (TBEdit.zip, 37k)
Sample Visual Studio Package written in C#; that implements a custom editor based on a UserControl that supports several logical views via a tab control.

MPEdit Sample Package (MPEdit.zip, 43k)
Sample Visual Studio Package written in C#; that illustrates creating and hosting the Visual Studio Core Editor, VsCodeWindow as a child control, in a managed user control based editor.

CWTool Sample Package (CWTool.zip, 43k)
Sample Visual Studio Package written with C#; that illustrates two techniques for creating and hosting the Visual Studio Core Editor, VsCodeWindow as a child control, in a managed toolwindow.

AllowParams Sample Package (AllowParams.zip, 38k)
Sample Visual Studio package that illustrates how to leverage the ParametersDescription property on OleMenuCommand objects, in order to support the ALLOWPARAMS flag on commands defined in the package’s .CTC resource.

Find CommandBar Sample Package (FindCommandBar.zip, 58k)
My description: Sample Visual Studio package that illustrates how to retrieve a Visual Studio CommandBar using IVsProfferCommands.

DSRefViewer (DSRefViewer.zip, 29k)
My description: Actually, I don’t know what does the package illustrates. Just look at the code yourself! :)

Keep in touch and happy extending!

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi Dmitry, I am very happy to access these samples... István

Mihai Milea said...

Thanks a lot for these examples :)