Chutzpah is now on GitHub

Today, I moved Chutzpah from CodePlex to GitHub. I made this move for a few reasons The feature set GitHub offers has grown increasingly compelling. There is a more active community on GitHub and I am hoping this will lead to more user engagement. I have received feedback from multiple Chutzpah users that they would…

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Avoiding side effects when traversing an IVsHierarchy in Visual Studio

There was a bug filed against Chutzpah reporting that Chutzpah’s Visual Studio extension was causing database connection error popup. I was surprised by this since all Chutzpah really does is traverse the project hierarchy and I wasn’t sure how this could result in that error. After digging in and searching online a bit I found…

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Temporary Post Used For Theme Detection (6ee9f917-f4ae-42df-bb38-84ee79380641 – 3bfe001a-32de-4114-a6b4-4005b770f6d7)

This is a temporary post that was not deleted. Please delete this manually. (0c6de444-7261-41dc-9a76-dd648c1f6ecb – 3bfe001a-32de-4114-a6b4-4005b770f6d7) Related Posts: Chutzpah 1.4.0 Released Chutzpah 2.1 now with CoffeeScript support Chutzpah 2.2 with TypeScript support Chutzpah 3.0: Mocha, RequireJS and more… Making linking between anchors in an IFrame work in Chrome…

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Chutzpah 3.2 – A smarter approach to compilation

Chutzpah 3.2 introduces a new and improved method for supporting languages which compile to JavaScript. This version puts the power in your hands to tell Chutzpah how to compile and lets Chutzpah get out of your way. As always  you … Continue reading →

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Chutzpah 3.1 – Smarter test running and Jasmine 2.0

Chutzpah 3.1 has a few improvements that were originally targeted for the 3.0 release. As always  you can get the new bits from CodePlex, NuGet or go to the Visual Studio Gallery to get the updated Visual Studio Context Menu … Continue reading → Related Posts: Chutzpah 2.3 Released Chutzpah 2.1 now with CoffeeScript support…

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