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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.

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

GeneralSlow Learning Curve Pin
W Balboos, GHB24-May-10 1:33
mveW Balboos, GHB24-May-10 1:33 
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
MemberKevin McFarlane24-May-10 23:10 
GeneralBut what is the problem exactly? Pin
ed welch23-May-10 22:28
Membered welch23-May-10 22:28 
GeneralRe: But what is the problem exactly? Pin
Daniel Grunwald24-May-10 2:25
MemberDaniel Grunwald24-May-10 2:25 
GeneralRe: But what is the problem exactly? Pin
John M. Drescher24-May-10 2:44
MemberJohn M. Drescher24-May-10 2:44 
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
MemberNemanja Trifunovic24-May-10 5:53 
ed welch wrote:
Wouldn't you just be better off using c# if you want that sort of thing?

Depends on what "that sort of thing" is Smile | :)

If you want to develop .NET applications from scratch, you'd do yourself a favor if you picked C# rather than C++/CLI.

On the other hand, if you need to expose some existing C++ deep hierarchy of classes to the managed world, C# won't help you there, and that's pretty much the use case for C++/CLI.

I was doing that sort of programming a lot some 6 years ago with old Managed Extensions for C++.

Generala little slow Pin
radioman.lt23-May-10 20:21
Memberradioman.lt23-May-10 20:21 

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