On 9/25/06, Huw Collingbourne wrote:
> If you are interested in some of the issues involved in
> true (context and scope-correct) IntelliSense rather
> than just simple 'completion lists'
> (which many editors provide), you may be interested in
> this article which goes into some of the parsing
> problems we've had to solve in order to
> implement the Ruby In Steel IntelliSense:
>
> http://www.sapphiresteel.com/IntelliSense-in-depth
>
> best wishes
> Huw Collingbourne
>
> http://www.sapphiresteel.com
> Ruby Programming In Visual Studio 2005

Just wasted several clicks trying to find out how much a Visual Studio
license costs. Gave up eventually. The value of clever proprietary
IntelliSense is diminished if it's so difficult to figure out how to
purchase it.

Rob