If you want to test it yourself, it installs a dandy bootloader. Only thing that could go wrong is when building a path by hand and using the wrong directory-separator. No problem if you use Path.Combine.
Just follow the steps (indicated by the group box titles). There are a number of landscape images in the root solution folder that you can use for step 1.
".45 ACP - because shooting twice is just silly" - JSOP, 2010 ----- You can never have too much ammo - unless you're swimming, or on fire. - JSOP, 2010 ----- "Why don't you tie a kerosene-soaked rag around your ankles so the ants won't climb up and eat your candy ass." - Dale Earnhardt, 1997
Which looks like a decent unix-path. I'll be looking into it tomorrow.
You can download Suse and put it and a VM for playing, but there's also the option to put it next to Windows - a dandy bootloader is included. The IDE[^] doesn't have a WinForms designer, but your projects run the same.
We've pieced together a tool @ sql2code.com that converts sql statements into executable code for which ever programming language the developer is using.
What I am wondering is:
- Is there another tool out there that is similar to this?
- Is this of any value to you as a developer? Would you use it?
- Is membership "sellable"? It's awfully hard nowadays to get a developer to pay for anything.
- Is there any missing functionality that could be useful for inline querying?
There is a plethora of options available and I'm willing to give anyone free membership if they're interested in trying it out. Register @ http://www.sql2code.com/Account/Register.aspx
It is in beta testing and any feedback would be greatly appreciated!
Sorry, I think I misunderstood what you were asking. Yes, it's a shareware component, and yes, testers get the full HDSoft package; that means full source code (Win32 C++, non-MFC) is included, plus projects for VS2008, VS2010, and (maybe) VS6.
The beta is distributed on the same basis as other HDSoft components - testers can compile the component into their products, but may not distribute the source code.
Please ask here if you have more questions, or send email.
Ja ja it is true. I live (programmaticaly talking) in the end of the world. People here does not know what it is WP7, Android and with tablets say what!. I am posting in my new blog interesting things. Thank you for remembering me. I will post a complete article with the windows 8 template soon. (For WPF of course). The only thing I am lost is with the issue that WPF doesn't have projections (because is pure 3D) so the tilt and else is confusing.
I recommend you to take a look at C:\Program Files\Microsoft SDKs\Windows Phone\v7.0\Design
There you have the xaml in order to get easier the information for the templates that you want to create in CSS3 I guess. And I hope that the CSS3 draft grid come official some day.
I'd like to invite you to check out an open source app I've written:
It's a file explorer that runs on a browser, especially useful for anyone who has a media computer in his living room, and need a better view and navigation on his files.
Runs on .NET 4.0 and IIS Express, supports browsing through folders, opening files, quick filter, multi-column sorting, folder image view, and more... Graphics is still very basic (contributors anyone?)
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