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How much of a problem is the lack of intellisense for C++/CLI in VS2010 for you?   [Edit]

Survey period: 24 May 2010 to 31 May 2010

The word is it will be added back, either as a service pack or in the next release, but time constraints meant it had to go. Survey suggested by Ian Lindsey.

OptionVotes% 
What is C++/CLI?749.00
I don't use C++/CLI so don't care39147.57
Not much of a problem - I don't have a lot of C++/CLI code749.00
Not much of a problem - there's enough documentation and I know my code inside out212.55
A little annoying10212.41
Major problem11013.38
Show stopper - I will hold off installing until it is implemented566.81



 
GeneralRe: Not a big problem Pin
Ernest Laurentin24-May-10 10:16
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GeneralRe: Not a big problem Pin
Rama Krishna Vavilala24-May-10 10:39
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GeneralRe: Not a big problem Pin
Ernest Laurentin24-May-10 19:08
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GeneralRe: Not a big problem Pin
Member 61702524-May-10 13:00
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GeneralRe: Not a big problem Pin
Rama Krishna Vavilala24-May-10 13:04
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GeneralRe: Not a big problem Pin
Shog98-Jun-10 14:05
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GeneralRe: Not a big problem Pin
Rama Krishna Vavilala10-Jun-10 6:05
MemberRama Krishna Vavilala10-Jun-10 6:05 
GeneralSlow Learning Curve Pin
W Balboos, GHB24-May-10 1:33
mveW Balboos, GHB24-May-10 1:33 
Micro$oft still doesn't get it.

There are two ways you can move the programming world:
1 - by giving, such as adding C#
2 - by taking, such as making something else more difficult or taking it away

Method 1 can be used with success, C# being a deliberate example.
As for Method 2?

You'd think that even they would have figured out, after the colossal failure of Vista, that people can and do 'just say no'. If the regular rabble are willing to turn around and ignore their upgrade, surely they could have guessed that developer will, too.

My wisdom not being at the same lofty level as theirs, I can only assume that they think there's some reason for a C++ programmer to overspend on VS2010 if they don't want to even use the CLI.

So, now, once again, they have to undo their damage.

Luckily, for many of us, we've also adapted to another Micro$oft favorite: don't install anything until the first few service packs have been released.

Behold, Micro$oft. I Stand Facing East In Order That I May Fart in Your General Direction.
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GeneralRe: Slow Learning Curve Pin
Bob100024-May-10 14:09
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GeneralRe: Slow Learning Curve Pin
Kevin McFarlane24-May-10 23:10
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GeneralBut what is the problem exactly? Pin
ed welch23-May-10 22:28
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GeneralRe: But what is the problem exactly? Pin
Daniel Grunwald24-May-10 2:25
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GeneralRe: But what is the problem exactly? Pin
John M. Drescher24-May-10 2:44
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GeneralRe: But what is the problem exactly? Pin
ed welch24-May-10 5:31
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GeneralRe: But what is the problem exactly? Pin
Nemanja Trifunovic24-May-10 5:53
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Generala little slow Pin
radioman.lt23-May-10 20:21
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