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  • Re: Managing Profiles and Rules within Profiles

    Hi Grant, Profiles are XML files stored in <User>\My Documents\SubMain\CodeIt.Right for {VS version}\Profiles . There is one file per profile which includes all of the rule instance configuration. (Note: The built-in profile is embedded resource file - you will not find it in the Profiles folder) You can edit profiles by hand, no ...
    Posted to CodeIt.Right Premium Support (Forum) by sergeb on March 20, 2008
  • Managing Profiles and Rules within Profiles

    Serge, First question: How do I delete a profile? Second question: I got the impression from an earlier post, that Profiles (and their associated rule configurations) are stored in XML file(s).  So far, I haven't been able to locate the file(s).  Where are they?  Is it OK to edit these by hand? Thanks, Grant
    Posted to CodeIt.Right Premium Support (Forum) by grparry on March 19, 2008
  • How to add rule to User Profile

    Some of the rules included with CodeIt.Right are not part of the built-in profile as are not part of the Microsoft Guidelines and yet they often come very handy especially when you choose to use a standard other than recommended by Microsoft. This post covers step-by-step how to add a rule to custom user profile. In this walk-through we ...
    Posted to How To (Weblog) by sergeb on January 24, 2008
  • How to create own Profile

    If you try to edit the built-in Profiles in CodeIt.Right you will get a message saying that the profile is read only. This is done to ensure the integrity of the default guidelines that ship with CodeIt.Right. These two profiles – the Microsoft Guidelines Profile and the SubMain Instant Review Profile - are included to give you examples of the ...
    Posted to How To (Weblog) by sergeb on January 24, 2008
 
     
 
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