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Re: [dotnet-120] CodeRush Plugin Debug

From: Steve B.
Sent on: Wednesday, October 7, 2009 5:46 PM
I recommend the following resources for getting started with this (not in any particular order)...
  • Mark Miller's blog
  • Rory Becker's blog
  • the http://dxcommunityplugins.googlecode.com site (for 50+ examples of other OSS plugins)
  • the dnrtv episode referenced already as well as a few other dnrtv episodes (search the past episodes list for 'mark miller' and you will find them)
  • my own blog (ref. in my e-mail sig) for some high-level concepts about DX/CR plugins (not much code posted there)
You can google all of the above resources to find them easily.? As a developer of several of the OSS plugins found on the DXCommunityPlugins site as well a few that aren't (like http://dxsourceoutliner.googlecode.com ), I have to agree that the dearth of any decent documentation is a *huge* impediment to widespread plugin development by CodeRush users so I feel your pain acutely, trust me :)

But its a huge productivity boost to anyone trying to develop tools for Visual Studio so you should certainly *try* to stick it out until you master it.

Best of luck~!

Steve Bohlen
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http://blog.unhandled-exceptions.com
http://twitter.com/sbohlen


On Wed, Oct 7, 2009 at 4:11 PM, James Curran <[address removed]> wrote:
On DotNetRocksTV, Mark Miller had a tutorial on building a CodeRush plug-in

http://www.dnrtv.com/default.aspx?showNum=5


On Wed, Oct 7, 2009 at 3:48 PM, Noah Blumenthal
<[address removed]> wrote:
> I'm trying to write my first CodeRush plugin for some MVC stuff that I think
> would be helpful.? I haven't got very far -- just created a new plugin,
> added a CodeProvider and clicked F5 to debug so I could play around with
> QuickWatch and try to see where I'm going with this.? However, F5 opens a
> new Visual Studio instance but my plugin is not loaded.
>
> I was thinking maybe I have to set the build output directory to my VS
> plugin directory, but I'd really rather not because I don't want my other VS
> instances to have an in-development plugin.? How should I be doing this?
>
> CodeRush is a great tool but there is way too little plugin documentation!
>
> Thanks,
> Noah
>
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