PowerToys and version numbers

Is the PowerToys installer VS 10.0 for Visual Studio 2008?

Why do the filenames have %20 (char value for space) in them?

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Hello,

Is the PowerToys installer VS 10.0 for Visual Studio 2008?


PowerToys installer VS 10.0 is for Visual Studio version 10.0 dubbed "2010".
8.0 and 9.0 are for the two previous Visual Studio versions, 2005 and 2008,
respectively.

Why do the filenames have %20 (char value for space) in them?


I think it's what happens when you treat an OPC package as a ZIP file and
open it with a ZIP archiver tool. This package wasn't ever intended for publishing,
but rather for reducing the number of build artifacts listed on our TeamCity
build server. ZIPping capabilities are not included with .NET Framework,
while OPC packaging is, and it can (mostly) be handled even by built-in Windows
tools, so it was used.


Serge Baltic
JetBrains, Inc — http://www.jetbrains.com
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