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+Castle Visual Studio Integration
+================================
+
+Introduction
+------------
+See http://jonorossi.com/projects/cvsi/ for screenshots.
+
+Debugging/Developing CVSI
+-------------------------
+* To develop extensions for Visual Studio you will need to install the Visual Studio SDK:
+** 2005 - Visual Studio 2005 SDK 4.0
+** 2008 - Visual Studio 2008 SDK 1.0
+** 2010 - Visual Studio 2010 SDK 1.0
+* Configure the Visual Studio project to launch the Visual Studio experimental hive:
+** Set "Start external program" to "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 10.0\Common7\IDE\devenv.exe"
+** Set "Command line arguments" to "/ranu /rootsuffix Exp"
+
+Issue Tracker
+-------------
+* Unresolved CVSI issues:
+** http://issues.castleproject.org/issues/CONTRIB?q=%23{Castle+Visual+Studio+Integration}+%23Unresolved
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10 doc/Changes.txt
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-+==================================================================+
-| Changes to Castle Visual Studio Integration and Castle NVelocity |
-+==================================================================+
++=============================================+
+| Changes to Castle Visual Studio Integration |
++=============================================+
-Unreleased Changes
+0.4.0 (2011-03-07)
==================
-- Upgraded CVSI so that it works in Visual Studio 2010.
+- Upgraded CVSI to support Visual Studio 2010.
0.3.2 Beta (2008-09-30)
=======================
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</EmbeddedResource>
</ItemGroup>
<ItemGroup>
+ <Content Include="cvsi.png">
+ <CopyToOutputDirectory>Always</CopyToOutputDirectory>
+ <IncludeInVSIX>true</IncludeInVSIX>
+ </Content>
<Content Include="Resources\Package.ico" />
<None Include="source.extension.vsixmanifest" />
</ItemGroup>
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<Description xml:space="preserve">Castle Visual Studio Integration</Description>
<Locale>1033</Locale>
<MoreInfoUrl>http://jonorossi.com/projects/cvsi/</MoreInfoUrl>
+ <Icon>cvsi.png</Icon>
+ <PreviewImage>cvsi.png</PreviewImage>
<InstalledByMsi>false</InstalledByMsi>
<SupportedProducts>
<VisualStudio Version="10.0">
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-+===================+
-| How to build CVSI |
-+===================+
-Step 1 - Install VS SDK
------------------------
-- To develop extensions for Visual Studio you will need to install the Visual Studio 2005 SDK Version 4.0:
-
- http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=51A5C65B-C020-4E08-8AC0-3EB9C06996F4&displaylang=en
-
-Step 2 - Build Castle.VisualStudio.NVelocityLanguageService
------------------------------------------------------------
-- Ensure you have checked out \Castle.NVelocity\ from the castle contrib repository as well. Both Castle.NVelocity
- and CVSI folders need to be located the same as they are on the repository. The easiest option is to checkout
- the entire contrib repository.
-- Open \CVSI\trunk\src\Castle.VisualStudio.NVelocityLanguageService\Castle.VisualStudio.NVelocityLanguageService.sln
- in Visual Studio.
-- Go into the project properties, under Debug set these values (without the quotes):
- - Set "Start external program" to "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 8\Common7\IDE\devenv.exe"
- - Set "Command line arguments" to "/rootsuffix Exp"
-- Run the project.
-
-Step 3 - Use Castle Visual Studio Integration
----------------------------------------------
-- You will now be able to use the experimental hive of Visual Studio to open *.vm and *.njs files. When you want to
- open an NVelocity file you do not need start Visual Studio via the CVSI project, you can just run Visual Studio
- under the experimental hive as mentioned below because Visual Studio will be using the binaries you registered
- the last time you built CVSI.
-
-+=================+
-| Notes |
-+=================+
-- You can start the Visual Studio experimental hive copy at anytime via the
- "Start Visual Studio 2005 under Experimental hive" menu item in the start menu.
-- If you installed the SDK into the 64-bit Program Files directory or changed the default directory then you
- will need to update the path to the targets file in the Castle.VisualStudio.NVelocityLanguageService.csproj
- file.
-
-
-+=================+
-| Known Issues |
-+=================+
-- Issues are logged in the Castle Project's JIRA (http://support.castleproject.org) under the Contrib project
- with the Castle Visual Studio Integration component.
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