Terje Sandstrom

------ Visual Studio ALM MVP ----- (also see new blog at http://hermit.no)

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This post is continued HERE. Go to Part 1 – List of Product Updates for information on Visual Studio and TFS 2012 updates Looking for the VS 2010 extensions ? Go to Visual Studio 2010 - List of Product Updates (Part 1) + Extensions (Part 2). Looking for links to the test adapters, go to this blog post. UPDATE Aug 18th 2013: Updates: Visual Studio Tools for Git, TypeScript, ReSharper, TFS Power Tools, Code Contracts, Build Manager, Web Essentials, Code Contracts, tangible T4 editor , Just Decompile, ......

Deployment of custom checkin policies can be done using either an MSI or VSIX. There are many reasons to prefer using the VSIX format. It is more lightweight, and thus more suitable for small components for VS, as it will not “pollute” the installed programs store. Further, since the Visual Studio setup projects have been cut from Visual Studio 11, the VSIX is a better choice, being supported both in VS 2010 and VS 11. VSIX is also very easy to create, once you know how, and it is very fast running ......