I was using an XML file to generate a cs class for a project I was working on and everytime I changed the xml file I had to go through the vs command prompt and generate a new cs file and import it into my project. What a pain! So, I wrote a Visual Studio 2005 add-in that generates the files and adds it into your project. This will save me A LOT of time of having to go back and forth. There's a screen that kicks off on the first use to gather info on the path to your xsd.exe file and your preferred language.
Look under the "XML" menu option to see the "Create class from XML" command.
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