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Lexware Assembly Reference Tool for Visual Studio 2005 / 2008

, 16 Aug 2010 CPOL
Visual Studio 2005 / 2008 both lack a good way to define assembly references per solution configuration (‘Debug’ or ‘Release’). This tool fills this gap.
assemblyreferences_msi.zip
Lexware.Tools.AssemblyReferences.1.1.3.msi
assemblyreference_code.zip
AssemblyReference
AssemblyReference
AssemblyReference.csproj.user
AssemblyReference.csproj.vspscc
bin
Lexware.Tools.AssemblyReferences - For Testing.AddIn
Lexware.Tools.AssemblyReferences.AddIn
Properties
Settings.settings
Resources
Lexware.bmp
Lexware.ico
Lexware1.ico
OK.bmp
openfolderHS.png
OpenSelectedItemAssembly.bmp
PushpinHS.png
SaveAllHS.png
Serious.bmp
ToolWindowBmp.bmp
VSObject_Assembly.bmp
VSObject_Assembly_white.bmp
VSProject_brokenreference.bmp
AssemblyReference.resharper
AssemblyReference.resharper.user
AssemblyReference.suo
AssemblyReference.vssscc
Setup
Lexware.ico
Release
Setup.vdproj
Setup.vdproj.vspscc
assemblyreference_msi.zip
setup.exe
Lexware.Tools.AssemblyReferences.1.1.1.msi

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Thomas Dörr
Software Developer (Senior) Haufe-Lexware GmbH & Co. KG
Germany Germany
Thomas has been programming in C, C++, VB and C# since many years. He works as a Distinguished Software Architect for Haufe-Lexware GmbH & Co. KG in Freiburg, Germany.

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