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From "Seth Call (secall)" <sec...@cisco.com>
Subject RE: Visual Studio Plugin
Date Mon, 01 Dec 2008 15:46:46 GMT
Also, Chris, the current VS plugin (in source as Scott points out)
basically does two steps:

1) executes etch command line compiler to generate C# code
2) adds the files to the visual studio project.
3) adds etch.dll to the project.

So the example invocation that Gaurav gave (etch -b csharp -w all
Foo.etch) is step 1, and all you have to do is manually add the
generated files and etch library to your Visual Studio project to
achieve step 2 & step 3.

Of course we realize it'd be nice if the VS plugin was ready and built!
I just wanted to point out manually achieving what it does is pretty
easily.
Seth


-----Original Message-----
From: Scott Comer (sccomer) 
Sent: Monday, December 01, 2008 9:26 AM
To: etch-user@incubator.apache.org
Subject: Re: Visual Studio Plugin

the plugin is there in the source. if you checkout the 1.0.1 release
branch you can play with it. it isn't "supported" and doesn't quite work
right (which is to say, it needs a bunch of work to be useful in all but
a limited context).

would you like to take it on?

scott out

Christopher Field/NYLIC wrote:
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> Does it not yet exists, or is there somewhere I can download it from?
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> Christopher Field
> Senior Applications Specialist, Converged Technology Architecture New 
> York Life Insurance Company
> Office: 212.576.8699
> Mobile: 917.414.2871
> christopher_field@NewYorkLife.com
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> *"Gaurav Sandhir (gsandhir)" <gsandhir@cisco.com>*
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> 11/26/2008 07:50 PM
> Please respond to
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> Hi Christopher,
>  
> The visual studio plugin is currently not a part of the etch install, 
> it will be at a later time. Instead of using visual studio plugin, you

> can use the cmd line to generate the csharp files and then manually 
> add them to visual studio. For example, from the cmd line you can use 
> the following cmd
>  
> etch -b csharp -w all Foo.etch
>  
> Thanks,
> Gaurav
>
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------
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> *From:* Christopher Field/NYLIC
> [mailto:Christopher_Field@newyorklife.com] *
> Sent:* Wednesday, November 26, 2008 2:57 PM*
> To:* etch-user@incubator.apache.org*
> Subject:* Visual Studio Plugin
>
>
> The documentation references a visual studio plugin for etch, but i 
> cannot seem to locate it the wiki just has:
> =================
> If you are using Visual Studio as your IDE, then you can install the 
> Visual Studio Etch Plugin. TODO Make sure the setup.exe for the plugin

> is a part of etch install.
> =================
>
> It does not seem to be part of the install...
>
>
> Thanks,
>
>
> Christopher Field
> Senior Applications Specialist, Converged Technology Architecture New 
> York Life Insurance Company
> Office: 212.576.8699
> Mobile: 917.414.2871
> christopher_field@NewYorkLife.com

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