|Compiling libexif as static lib with Visual Studio 2010 - then linking from Visual C++ project|
| by Chris Tattum in C & C++ & C#|
Is it possible to compile libexif with Visual Studio 2010? I have been
trying to do so and have been running into a whole slew of problems. I
cannot find any information about whether anybody has successfully done
this before. I know I can use MinGW to compile the library, but I am in a
situation where I need it to be compiled with Visual Studio and then need
to link to it from a Visual C++ app
|AddIn Suggestions for Visual Studio 6 / Visual Basic 6 Code Nagivigation & Exploring|
| by ajjaeger in Programming Languages|
I am looking for good Visual Studio 6 Addins for code navigation and
For instance, I want to have the functionality of
showing in- and outcoming calls of methods like Resharper already has.
Furthermore I am looking for a simpler code navigation.
Do you have any suggestions?
|Good Non-Commerical (free) Refactoring Tool for Visual Studio 2005/Visual C++ 8.0?|
| by Iceland in C & C++ & C#|
We have a rather large codebase in C++ here that needs some refactoring;
since it's generally bad to start from scratch, I was wondering if there
were any good free code refactoring tools for Visual Studio 2005/Visual C++
|How to find which element inside visual tree is creating some visual part of control|
| by codelurker in Development Tools & Services|
Lets say I have a complex user control (like GridView), and I extracted
style from the Blend software. Now, since GridView is a complex control
that contains subparts, how do I know which xaml element is responsible for
some visual presentation? Just as example, how would I find witch element
is drawing the border around the selected cell?
Is there some
software that can help in ins
|NVIDIA Visual Profiler, Debug and Release modes in Visual Studio 2010|
| by Josh Tegart in Development Tools & Services|
I'm new to Visual Studio 2010, as I was used to compile my CUDA codes
with nvcc using Linux as operating system. Incidentally in some posts of
this and the NVIDIA Developer Zone forums, I have read warnings on proper
compilation in Visual Studio (Debug/Release modes, see link for the
difference between the two) to correctly use of the NVIDIA Visual Profiler.
In my (poor) understanding, Visual S
|How to buid a Visual C++ project targeted to a specific Visual C++ Redistributable version|
| by uo7 in C & C++ & C#|
I have a C++ native library that I am building with Visual Studio 2005
that is a part of a larger project.
This project usually
contains several other dlls including the Microft C++ Redistributable
Package libraries (msvcr80.dll for example). This way we can deploy our
project without having to make the user install the Microsoft Visual C++
Redistributable Package 2005.
|Control goes into a visual state - but actual visual states are not getting updated through xaml|
| by VulgarDisplay in Programming Languages|
I have two controls - control 2 inside of control 1. Control 1 and
Control 2 have visual states.
I am facing the following
Control 2 goes into a visual state, (have put a
Debug.Write in the C# code), but doesn't get updated visually (specified in
xaml - visual state). This happens quite frequently, but, not always. I
have got more than a couple of pair of eyes
|How to disable visual basic errors in the error list in visual studio|
| by Rit Li in Programming Languages|
I have a large solution which contains a mixture of C# and VB.Net
If I get compilation errors because a project which
several other projects depend upon fails to build, it is very hard to see
the actual error(s) because of the number of VB errors in the error list
window in Visual Studio. C# errors found in the projects I compiled show in
the error list, but all VB errors
|Is it possible to use WinMerge inside Visual Studio 2008 and Visual Source Safe 6.0?|
| by Janko in Programming Languages|
I would like to use WinMerge as the default diff tool inside VS2008 from
the solutions explorer in place of the "Compare..." context menu item. Is
this possible? I'm looking for a quick replacement of the current bland
diff tool an I just like WinMerge better. I'm not interested in going to
the folder explorer and doing the comparison there.
Visual Source Safe 6.0 not TFS
|DataGridView and MySQL and Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 and Visual Basic .NET|
| by Kuer in Databases|
So far I have
Private dt As New DataTable
DataGridView1.DataSource = dt
Everything is working
correctly, can browse values in a table and edit them however changes are
not saved to a table in MySQL database.
I tried to read about
doing Updates and it looks like if DataTable is properly bound to
DataGridView changes should be updated inside