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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: I almost wish I had the problem Pin
Anna-Jayne Metcalfe29-May-10 10:30
MemberAnna-Jayne Metcalfe29-May-10 10:30 
GeneralVisualAssist still does it Pin
Pater24-May-10 19:50
MemberPater24-May-10 19:50 
GeneralWhat is CLI? Pin
Abhinav S24-May-10 17:55
MemberAbhinav S24-May-10 17:55 
GeneralNot a big problem Pin
Rama Krishna Vavilala24-May-10 7:42
MemberRama Krishna Vavilala24-May-10 7:42 
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
MemberRama Krishna Vavilala24-May-10 10:39 
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
MemberMember 61702524-May-10 13:00 
I agree PInvoke works fine, I could convert entire MFC project of various types into a dll that is called from C#, nevertheless I thought C++/CLI is more convenient.
Now, with new "feature" of VS 2010, I use 3 instances of Visual Studio: one 2008 with the same C++CLI project, another 2010 with dummy C# project and my C++CLI project on VS 2010. This allows me use intellisense from C++ on 2008 and for new APis from C# on 2010 when I need to write code in C++ on 2010.
It is a big fun and very convenient Laugh | :laugh: - thanks to Microsoft!
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
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GeneralSlow Learning Curve Pin
W Balboos, GHB24-May-10 1:33
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GeneralRe: Slow Learning Curve Pin
Bob100024-May-10 14:09
professionalBob100024-May-10 14:09 
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
Membered welch24-May-10 5:31 
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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