CopySourceAsHTML: Get Code into HTML without Word from the Editor

Earlier this month I let you know about a macro that converts code to HTML for use on web pages or blog posts.  Since then Colin sent me a link to his “Wordless” tool for accomplishing the same thing.  The users reviews for Colin’s tool are pretty positive. ” This tool rocks! ” – Jake “wow,…

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Add all of Safari’s book Content to your Help in VS 2005

The Quote: Safari’s Visual Studio Help Integration (VSHI) tool lets you search across Safari’s online repository of over 2000 technical titles to find exactly the example or code fragment you need to answer the question at hand. Best of all, these results are delivered to you from within Visual Studio 2005 Beta Help.  Register today…

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SharpTools Extensible VS Add-In with Plug-in style SDK

If you’ve ever created an add-in for Visual Studio .Net you know that, for first timers, the “COMness” of generated template code and our Extensibility model can be a steep learning curve.  Recently, Jon Schwarts sent me highlighting their SharpTools add-in. Here is what he said: “SharpTools: an extensible add-in to the Microsoft Visual Studio.NET development…

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VB.NET Class Builder Utility 1.0

Sure… I think the Whidbey Class Designer rocks.  But you don’t have Whidbey today, so you might be interested in a class building utility like this one from Mod2Software. Check it out here: http://www.mod2software.com/ProductPages/cbu.htm “This program allows you to build, maintain, and deploy Visual Basic .NET classes quickly and easily, with no fuss. Simply point…

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Simple Macro for Formatting Code to HTML from within VS 2003

Via .Avery: “Code -> HTML in VS.NET – Cory comes up with a cool macro to send your code to word then back to your clipboard. Quick HTML formatting for your code.” It’s been a while since we’ve posted an interesting Macro to the Powertoys blog.  This one is useful for those of you looking…

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Write and Execute C# Files from the Command Line with C# Script Executor

I’ll admit… I’ve never been a scripting junkie.  I’ve only dabbled in perl.  Even if it takes me twenty more lines of code I will struggle to put out a C# version of what I’m after.  If you are like me, then this tool will probably sound good to you. From the home page: http://lyon-smith.org/downloads.aspx …

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