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Greg Burns
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      10-13-2004
> However, vbscript default for ASP is hardcoded in C++ logic

I thought I heard VS.NET was built with C#? Or are you referring to
something else?

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Mikhail Arkhipov (Microsoft)
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      10-14-2004
VS, including VS 2005 is COM/OLE based and is 80% C++. Just look at amount
of native code dlls compared to managed assemblies. It is way too expensive
to rewrite in another language. Property grid is managed, parts of Web Form
editor, XML schema and Data designers, a few other things. VS 2005 has a bit
more C#: new XML editor, build subsystem, team server, new Enterprise tools.
However, majority is still C++. Typically new components tend to be managed,
legacy parts remain native.

My team owns HTML editor, btw.

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On 10/13/04 16:57, in article http://www.velocityreviews.com/forums/(E-Mail Removed), "Greg
Burns" <greg_burns@DONT_SPAM_ME_hotmail.com> wrote:

>> However, vbscript default for ASP is hardcoded in C++ logic

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> I thought I heard VS.NET was built with C#? Or are you referring to
> something else?
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> Greg
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Greg Burns
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> My team owns HTML editor, btw.

Then I'll take your word for it. :^)

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      10-18-2004
I noticed in VS 2005 that ASP 2.0 color-coding was removed.
I still have VS .NET 2003 installed and the syntax is color-coded.

How can I add the syntax color-coding back to the .asp pages in VS .Net 2005?

"Greg Burns" wrote:

> > My team owns HTML editor, btw.

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> Then I'll take your word for it. :^)
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Mikhail Arkhipov (Microsoft)
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      10-19-2004
You can't, it's simply broken in Beta 1. I fixed it couple of weeks ago, it
should be working properly in Beta 2.

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> I noticed in VS 2005 that ASP 2.0 color-coding was removed.
> I still have VS .NET 2003 installed and the syntax is color-coded.
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> How can I add the syntax color-coding back to the .asp pages in VS .Net 2005?
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> "Greg Burns" wrote:
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>>> My team owns HTML editor, btw.

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>> Then I'll take your word for it. :^)
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>> Greg
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