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  • CodeIt.Right Beta build 1.0.07055

    Another CodeIt.Right update -&nbsp;lots of improvements, more stable, fewer errors :)&nbsp; Read&nbsp; for details (Update: it&#39;s actually build 1.0.07057 that is available for download - details are coming)
    Posted to SubMain News (Weblog) by Serge B. (SubMain) on February 26, 2007
  • Re: False positives?

    jcarrascal:This case I&#39;m sure is false positive. I have several exception classes that derives from ApplicationException [Serializable()] public class AuthException &nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;: System.ApplicationException &nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;, System.Runtime.Serialization.ISerializable { &nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;// Constructors... &nbsp;&nbsp; ...
    Posted to CodeIt.Right (Forum) by Serge B. (SubMain) on February 26, 2007
  • CodeIt.Right Beta build 1.0.07040

    CodeIt.Right update is available - improved Vista and 64 bit OS compatibility and fixes Read for details &nbsp;
    Posted to SubMain News (Weblog) by Serge B. (SubMain) on February 12, 2007
  • Re: First impression

    Thank you for the feedback and the error you reported. We are working to resolve the error. CodeIt.Right is 100% managed code so it should be using all available processors. We will do further troubleshooting on that. Regarding the progress indication - did you get that during the solution analyze phase or when correcting violations? Any details ...
    Posted to CodeIt.Right (Forum) by Serge B. (SubMain) on February 12, 2007
  • CodeIt.Right Public Beta Released

    The news I promised earlier today - we released first public Beta version of our new product CodeIt.Right - the tool that will find your code and performance problems, fix them automatically, keep your naming consistent and will guide you through most common coding patterns and best practices. Read at ...
    Posted to SubMain News (Weblog) by Serge B. (SubMain) on February 1, 2007
  • SubMain Community launched

    Today we launched the SubMain Community site. More about the site... The old forums will be retired as we move their posts to this site. There is one more exciting announcement coming out later today. Stay tuned for the updates! &nbsp;
    Posted to SubMain News (Weblog) by Serge B. (SubMain) on February 1, 2007
  • SubMain Community

    The SubMain Community is where you can learn, share, and ask questions about the powerful developer productivity tools - CodeIt.Right, CodeIt.Once and PrettyCode.Print. This community site is to replace our current forums based on FogBugz software. Using the forums, which requires an account to post or reply, you can interact with other ...
    Posted to SubMain News (Weblog) by Serge B. (SubMain) on January 29, 2007
  • Inquiries

    Hi Glenn, Here is what we have on our list so far for the early 2007 update - we will be rewriting the Control Naming Guidelines section, re-wording a little the whole document, potentially revising the Database guidelines and follow up on suggestions posted here if we have time. We will keep updating the whitepaper as we get new ideas and ...
    Posted to .NET Coding Guidelines (Forum) by Serge B. (SubMain) on December 19, 2006
  • More examples..

    Alex, You are right, section 3. could use more samples. We make sure to add them when we release update to the Coding Guidelines next in Jan-Feb.
    Posted to .NET Coding Guidelines (Forum) by Serge B. (SubMain) on December 19, 2006
  • Capitalization questions

    Hi Alex, The ''two or fewer letters only'' acronym rule is based on Microsoft Guidelines for .NET. Thank you for your comments though, I can see your point. I'm wondering how many people share your opinion vs how many like the Microsoft recommendations? Anyone who got opinion on that, do you mind posting here? Or perhaps, we should run a ...
    Posted to .NET Coding Guidelines (Forum) by Serge B. (SubMain) on December 19, 2006
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