I figured I might as well blog this, since otherwise, i'll just loose the information I've come across. Simply this exists to write down useful or cool things I come across coding.

The impetus right now is on documenting my forays into EnvDTE in Visual Studio .NET 2003. EnvDTE is the namespace containing all the IDE automation classes, which I must say so far proves to be the worst documented portion of anything .NET related. I mean the MSDN docs are not even in the same format as the rest of the MSDN docs, the only examples in those docs are sparse at best and in VB.. Did I mention, I'm tackling this from the C# end.

Well, I made some headway so far and it's amazingly powerful stuff in there, but it's certainly a form of black magic. Nobody said it'd be easy.