Announcing December 2006 Sandcastle CTP

  The December 2006 CTP version for Sandcastle is now available for download at http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=E82EA71D-DA89-42EE-A715-696E3A4873B2&displaylang=en. Our sincere thanks to the Sandcastle user community and to Eric Woodruff for providing us with valuable feedback. What’s new in this version: Sandcastle installer is now setting the DXROOT environment variable to the installation directory. All config files new…

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Announcing RC0 of MSDN Wiki

I blogged about MSDN Wiki earlier at http://blogs.msdn.com/sandcastle/archive/2006/09/06/742352.aspx. Yesterday we released RC0 of MSDN Wiki. Please see Soma’s blog at http://blogs.msdn.com/somasegar/archive/2006/12/07/rc-of-msdnwiki-available.aspx for details about this launch. Also yo can keep track of MSDN Wiki at http://blogs.msdn.com/msdnwiki/. The Community Content feature allows our community of developers worldwide to extend the official online documentation by adding tips, notes, code…

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A (Microsoft) code name a day: Sandcastle

I was thrilled to see Mary Jo Foley, from ZDNet, blog about Sandcastle at her “Microsoft Codenames” page. I met Mary at TechEd 2006 in Boston when my team was presenting a chalk talk on MSDN Wiki. I remember asking her after our talk to blog on MSDN Wiki.   Mary had the following about…

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Sandcastle article on Russian Software Developer Network (RSDN)

Nikita Zeemin is a Sandcastle user from Russia. He published an article on Sandacstle (in Russian) at RSDN. I wish I could read Russian to understand the article but the image in the article is a very good representation of the Sandcastle architecture. Please see http://rsdn.ru/?article/helpsystems/Sandcastle.xml. Thanks Nikita.   Otchin Karacho! (Super in Russian)!    Anand..

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