The Feature Builder Power Tool for Visual Studio 2010

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    Ian2

    Sweet. (Would be nice to have links to the next screencast in your blurb). 

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    Charles

    Michael added them. Thanks for the feedback!
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    lawman508

    Great Stuff! Looking forward to the next series!

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    jbrinkman

    Where can we get help?  My menus have stopped working in the Experimental Instance.  I have followed the 2 options in the FAQ and have even tried to reset the Experimental Instance.  I can get menus working with a straight extension package, but not with the feature builder (although it was working previously).

     

    Also, VS2010 RTM is out, when is an RTM version of Feature Builder going to be available?

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    Michael Lehman

    I'm not sure what you mean by "My menus have stopped working"?  Is it possible you've change your language or region?  We know of a bug (fixed in the next rev) related to non-EN-US configuration.

     

    On the other request, we are hard at work on an RTM version.  Expect it soon.

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    Michael Lehman

    Bits for RTM are now available on the Visual Studio Gallery (see the top of this post)

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    Michael Lehman

    Just updated the link to the VS Gallery as we have now released version 1.0.1 (minor updates)

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    marcel

    I installed the Feature Builder 1.0.1 from https://visualstudiogallery.msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/67b720f4-9a50-41cb-86a2-82e33b7c5fc4 and then in VsStudio/Tools/Extension Manager... I can see that Feature Extension Runtime version is 1.0 and not 1.0.1. Is it correct? 

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    mosquet

    I want to provide some functionality (created by Feature Builder) without select the feature extension template that contain the code of this functionality.
    For example, I would like to install my feature extension created and later the developer can see that functionality (add new menu option for example ) when a new Windows Forms Application or Class Library is created.
    The idea is to separate the functionality coded inside the extension and the project template type selected.
    Is it possible? 

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    mosquet


    Reading in details the documentation I finally found the solution. 
    Feature Extension - VSX Pack Scenario is the project template I was looking for.
    Using it now I can provide some functionality and no matter what type of project the user selects.

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