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<h1>The Workspace Whiz! Interface</h1>
The Workspace Whiz! Interface is a freeware library written by Joshua Jensen.
The Interface exposes functionality for reading Visual C++ project files, for
parsing source code and a lot of other functionality that Microsoft left out.
The Interface was written in the days of VC5/6, but has been ported to VC7 (.NET).
Project Line Counter <b>requires the Workspace Whiz! Interface</b> in order to
work <b>on Visual C++ 5/6</b>. However, in VC7, Line Counter is able to use the
new native interfaces that mirror some of the Interface's capabilities. Therefore,
the Interface is <b>not required for Visual Studio .NET</b>.
<h2>Installing the Interface</h2>
Project Line Counter always ships with the latest version of the Interface (at
the time of shipping). The installer is included in the Line Counter
distribution and is named <code>WWhizInterfaceInstaller???.exe</code> with the
version of the interface as the last 3 digits.
<p>To install the interface, simply run the aformentioned executable. Make sure
to <b>close all running developer studio instances</b> before you begin.
You can find more information about the Workspace Whiz! Interface on the
<a href="http://www.workspacewhiz.com">Workspace Whiz! web site</a>. The
site also contains downloads of newer Workspace Whiz! Interface versions as well
as the wonderful Workspace Whiz! product.
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