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Check out DXCore by Mark Miller and friends (creators of CodeRush and
Refactor!).  It's a free library that makes developing add-ins much easier.

It can be found here:

http://www.devexpress.com/Downloads/NET/DXCore/

Michael Trier

On 12/30/05, Jeff Cohen <cohen.jeff / gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Gary Allum wrote:
> > Will Visual Studio 2005 work with Ruby, or does it not have plugins for
> > the syntax?
>
> I'm considering writing a VS2005 add-in that will let me write Ruby code
> with syntax highlighting, and let me run an .rb file with output going
> to a console window.
>
> I haven't had enough time with VS2005 to find out how feasible this is
> going to be.  In VS2003 it would have been a major pain.  I'm hoping
> they've made the text editor more reusable and that there's some way to
> override, say, the class view, but I'm not holding my breath.
>
> What I really want is a way to embed just the text-editor window from VS
> into my own app, because the text editing stuff is very good, but I
> don't really want the rest of Visual Studio.  So far I can't figure out
> how to do that.  (I've tried the Scite .Net control but it was buggy and
> I never got it to work correctly.)
>
> If there's actually anyone else who would be interested in using such an
> add-in for VS2005, let me know so that I can let you know if/when I get
> it finished.
>
> Jeff
> www.softiesonrails.com
>
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