When will the first beta of your Plug In API be ready?

Will there be an announcement, when the plug in API is ready
to start developing against it (adding some support for Chrome).
And maybe some drafts of an API documentation?

Any road map or foreseeable time point for this?

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you can already try to write your own plugins, it works fine

you must copy your plugin dll's to .../resharper/vs2003/plugins/]]>/*.dll

there are 2 demo plugins in 1 of the eap versions of r#

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there are 2 demo plugins in 1 of the eap versions of r#

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Hi Carsten,
Thx for that hint. Last time I checked the install folder was for .204.

Hope, an API docu will follow... :)

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It's me again...

At home, I've got only VS05 installed. Problem is, neither
VS2003\Plug ins nor VS2005\plug ins seems to be a valid path for my "R#2 VS05" installation.
Does anybody know, where to tweak (registry, config files...) to get R#2 for VS05 to know where to look for plug ins?

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VS2003\Plug ins nor VS2005\plug ins

Spell check artifact... I tried "plugins" not "plug ins"

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You need build 205 to have plugging support.

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Sergey V. Coox wrote:

You need build 205 to have plugging support.


I already have 205, but no VS2003.
I'll have a look on my VS03 & VS05 VM @work what settings could be needed. ;)

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please note that you nee an extra subfolder under the plugins folder, dont put your dlls directly into the vs2005/plugins/ folder

use:
vs2005/plugins/mysampleplugin/foo.dll


not:
vs2005/plugins/foo.dll

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Although the plugin support is included in the build 205, there are some
troubles with it which are fixed in the build 206. So we recommend you to
wait for the build 206 to start playing with plugins. As the build 206 is
released we will give some hints about writing plugins. We've already established
a separate newsgroup "jetbrains.resharper.openapi" for discussing issues
releted to plugins for ReSharper.

Valentin Kipiatkov
Chief Scientist, Vice President of Product Development
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

Will there be an announcement, when the plug in API is ready
to start developing against it (adding some support for Chrome).
And maybe some drafts of an API documentation?
Any road map or foreseeable time point for this?



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and please add the /Resharper.Plugins= switch in 206

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Hi Valentin,
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Although the plugin support is included in the build 205, there are some
troubles with it which are fixed in the build 206. So we recommend you
to wait for the build 206 to start playing with plugins.

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Will there be some docu[1] covering the most important classes?
Just some small infos. I don't expect a full fledged docu that early.

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> As the build 206 is released we will give some hints about writing plugins.
> We've already established a separate newsgroup "jetbrains.resharper.openapi"

for discussing issues releted to plugins for ReSharper.

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Great! Just subscribed it. :)

hopefully HxS to be merged with VS' collections ;)

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and please add the /Resharper.Plugins= switch in 206


Of course.

Valentin Kipiatkov
Chief Scientist, Vice President of Product Development
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

and please add the /Resharper.Plugins= switch in 206



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