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I designer fatti con i DSL Tools sono usabili da qualsiasi edizione di Visual Studio

Tranne le Express...

Perchè lo sto bloggando? Semplice... il dubbio mi era venuto mentre li spiegavo durante il corso su VSTS.

Ora... i DSL Tools richiedono almeno la Professional, ma il designer generato può essere installato a partire dalla Standard.

Quindi ora Janky può pensare seriamente a quel designer che tanto gli manca...

Da dove partire? Da qui:

Download: Microsoft Visual Studio SDK February 2005 CTP including Domain-Specific Language Tools
Using Domain-Specific Language Tools, you can create a custom graphical designer that uses your domain-specific diagram notation. You can then create custom text templates that use models created in your designer to generate source code and other files. In this release, the validation framework makes it easy to apply constraints to the language and you can deploy the designer as a standard installer package for use within Visual Studio 2005 (except for Visual Studio Express Editions). However Domain-Specific Language Tools requires Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Professional Edition or higher. Domain-Specific Language Tools is now included as a component of the Visual Studio SDK.

Per maggiori informazioni andate qui: http://msdn.microsoft.com/vstudio/DSLTools/

 

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# re: I designer fatti con i DSL Tools sono usabili da qualsiasi edizione di Visual Studio

Ringrazio vivamente....
2/13/2006 10:25 AM | Giancarlo Sudano
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