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RESX Manager makes it easier for Visual Studio developers to consolidate, synchronize and translate resource files of Visual Studio Solutions and Visual Studio Projects (*.resx, *.wxl). It supports export and import of all resource texts to a single Excel file without requirei...
The Git Credential Manager for Windows (GCM) provides secure Git credential storage for Windows. It's the successor to the Windows Credential Store for Git (git-credential-winstore), which is no longer maintained. Compared to Git's built-in credential storage for Windows (wincred), which provides single-factor authentication support working on any HTTP enabled Git repository, GCM provides multi-factor authentication support for Visual Studio Team Services, Team Foundation Server, GitHub, and Bitbucket.This is a community project so feel free to contribute ideas, submit bugs, fix bugs, or code new features. For detailed information on how the GCM works go to the wiki.
This PowerShell module contains cmdlets to query instances of Visual Studio 2017 and newer. It also serves as a more useful sample of using the Setup Configuration APIs than the previously published samples though those also have samples using VB and VC++.With Windows Management Framework 5.0 or newer (which installs PowerShell and comes with Windows 10), or PowerShellGet for PowerShell 3.0 or 4.0, you can download and install this module easily.
Provide a way to create code generation strategies and to manage them in Visual Studio 2010. Strategies can interact with Visual Studio events like document events (saved, closed, opened), building event or DSL Tools events (model element created, deleted, modified..).
The Content Compiler helps you to compile your media files for use with XNA without using Visual Studio. After almost three years of Development, the third version of the CCompiler is nearly finished and we decided to put it up on Codeplex to "keep it alive".