Ah, so you're contemplating returning to the IDE dark side Nemanja?
Yep I have heard rumors that the new IDE would be able to track code even without a "solution" (just ike SourceInsight) and debugging is already pretty decent, so the only missing thing is a good code editor.
Of course, it is still way too slow and bloated for my taste, but my employer has provided me with ridiculously powerful dev machines, so I'll swallow that.
Tuesday, April 13, 201011:10 AM by jps
# re: Visual Studio 2010is Now Available
I expected not to have Intellisense for my C++/CLI files (cf. tirade launched against Boris by many)
but... in RTM it seems that Intellisense does not work for ANY C++ file (regardless of /clr setting) IF there is a /clr file used in the project.
This was not the casein the beta I tested and adds insult to injury.
"The difference between genius and stupidity is that genius has its limits." - Albert Einstein
"As far as we know, our computer has never had an undetected error." - Weisert
"If you are searching for perfection in others, then you seek dissappointment. If you are searching for perfection in yourself, then you seek failure." - Balboos HaGadol Mar 2010
Just a thought--I typically don't rely or expect the tool to improve anything about my "work process." That usually is something that involves myself and other people in considering how to get the work done better rather than the tool. Cliche as it may be, it really is about people, not tools.
In other words, once a tool reaches a certain level of capability, improving the features of the tool is relatively insignificant compared to improving the processes of the people using the tool.
Improvements in the tool can create improvements in the process.
Just think: If Visual Studio 2010 crashes once a week per developer (as opposed to 2-3 times a day), guess how much less time will be spent around the water cooler bitching about it, resulting in more time developing!