Archive for January, 2008

ToDoList: calendar plugin

January 29, 2008

My favourite ToDoList missed a calendar.
Now it’s available: Calendar Plugin For .dan.g.’s ToDoList.


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Technorati tags: ToDoList, Task List, Calendar

ToDoList 5.4.2 released

January 25, 2008

My favourite ToDoList tool has a brand new release: version 5.4.2 .

What’s New:

  • Undo/Redo
  • Unified Import/Export dialogs
  • Import tasks from clipboard
  • Simple backup
  • FreeMind import/export plugin (by Guru Ramnath Kathiresan)
  • Word wrap button on RTF comments toolbar
  • Plain text importer now remembers it’s settings
  • Editing any other task attribute while the task title is being edited causes the title edit to end
  • When a task is completed, it’s subtasks are no longer evaluated when calculated percentage completion
  • The colour field now displays its colour in its background when the preference to use a task’s colour for it’s background is set
  • Placeholder for the selected task’s file link has been added to the ‘Tools’ preferences page
  • Fix for the background text colour not being cleared from the RTF comments field when switching to a (new) task with no comments
  • Improved UI clean-up after drag-drop aborted
  • Fix for bug with inherited task attributes

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Technorati tags: ToDoList, Task List

Naming Convention bookmarks: .Net & Java

January 23, 2008

Naming conventions are very important in programming stantards;.Net and Java have some common basics, and some big differences.It you work mainly or only with one of them, you may want to know where they differ.Here are 2 bookmark to naming conventions.NET Framework Developer’s Guide Guidelines for NamesJava Naming Conventions

Technorati tags: Java, .Net, Naming Conventions

Playing a bigger tetris

January 19, 2008

How big is your toy ?

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Sandcastle on CodePlex

January 16, 2008

Sandcastle January 2008 Release is now available on CodePlex.

Project Description
Sandcastle produces accurate, MSDN style, comprehensive documentation by reflecting over the source assemblies and optionally integrating XML Documentation Comments. Sandcastle has the following key features:

* Works with or without authored comments
* Supports Generics and .NET Framework 2.0
* Sandcastle has 2 main components (MrefBuilder and Build Assembler)
* MrefBuilder generates reflection xml file for Build Assembler
* Build Assembler includes syntax generation, transformation, etc
* Sandcastle is used internally to build .Net Framework documentation

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Technorati tags: Sandcastle, Codeplex