Weeko - Plug in Tool Windows to Visual Studio 2010

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An experiment project which uses MEF to easily plug in tool windows into VS2010. The tool windows are developed as ordinary WPF UserControls. Install the addin and drop your user control assembly into the extensions directory of Visual Studio and it will show up inside the IDE.




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