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ajhenley
Posted: 04/07/2004, 7:58 AM

I have used more than a few code templating tools, and my favorite is still CodeCharge (basic, not studio). But it still doesn't do VB.Net!!! Does anyone know where I can find documentation on the code templating scheme used in codecharge, so that I can create one for vb.net myself??? Thanks.
peterr


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Posted: 04/07/2004, 11:14 AM

I see VB.NET in the dropdown list of languages (Properties -> General). It is supported.
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ajhenley
Posted: 04/07/2004, 5:16 PM

in studio yes, I am talking about CodeCharge classic...
peterr


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Posted: 04/07/2004, 5:57 PM

Me too :-)
I was referring to CodeCharge, version 2.0.7.
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ajhenley
Posted: 04/07/2004, 7:07 PM

ummm.... I am looking at version2.0.7, I even downloaded a new one from the site and all I see is Asp.Net C#

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Posted: 04/07/2004, 7:30 PM

Sorry, you're right!
I had some older beta VB.NET patterns installed, and even after uninstalling, re-installing and upgrading CC they were not removed.
By "older patterns" I mean that they were being developed at some point, but now looks like it was never finalized.

Regarding the templating scheme, we do not offer any documentation because the CC code generation patterns were encrypted specifically to protect our intellectual property (among other reasons, like the need for documentation/SDK).
We may release open patterns in the future, probably for CCS or its variant, but it will be a long process to make them structuraly open, clean and extensible. The documentation would need to be developed as well.
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Posted: 04/07/2004, 7:31 PM

BTW, how much time have you spent with Studio? It may not appear as easy-to-use as CC, but if you spend more time with it you may discover that it is.
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ajhenley
Posted: 04/07/2004, 7:53 PM

Yes, I have. But I find the resultant code from studio (I almost always need to do custom changes) to be unnecessarily complex. (No offense, I understand why it is, you need to be general). But judging from the asp that is generated by Codecharge, I like the codecharge engine much better. So I have tried CCS and while I like the interface, it doesn't fit my needs...

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