Known issues in Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 SDK 1.0


The VSX Team Blog  lists these issues, several of which affect the DSL Tools.

Comments (4)

  1. New post at blogs.msdn.com

  2. Cyril says:

    Hi Steve,

    Just thought you might be interested by this comment I just posted at Gareth’s :

    http://blogs.msdn.com/garethj/archive/2008/02/04/more-general-purpose-t4-goodness.aspx#7506295

    I would be very glad to have your light about what I found there.

    Did I miss something ?

  3. stevecook says:

    Cyril

    I read that and found it unconvincing.  The essence of their point seems to be that once they’ve got their content onto a standard platform it will be easier to maintain and refactor, because of the wide availability of tools. I don’t buy that for a start: modelling standards are so far notorious for their lack of interoperability.  But even if it were true, they’ve encountered huge complexity and information loss in their migration; and they seem to conclude that a domain specific target would be better than UML anyway.

    — Steve

  4. Cyril says:

    Steve,

    That’s indeed the feeling I eventually got about it. But, as I don’t consider myself being a great modeling specialist, I only found wiser to have your opinion as another input before making mine (opinion) definitely.

    Thank you very much.