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Jeffrey

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New Blog Post: SlickEdit 2007 For Windows Development
« on: August 09, 2007, 03:23:56 pm »
SlickEdit 2007 For Windows Development
http://blog.slickedit.com/2007/08/slickedit-2007-for-windows-development/

You’ve got Visual Studio®, and you mostly write applications for Windows. So why would you need SlickEdit? SlickEdit can read most Visual Studio solution and project files, and can pinch hit nicely for Visual Studio. If you just need to load up a project, make some edits, check some files in and out of source control, and kick off a build, you can do all this in SlickEdit.
But where SlickEdit really shines is helping you organize and edit all of that code you’ve got that doesn’t fit neatly into an application project. It all starts with using SlickEdit’s flexible and customizable project system in combination with other time-saving features.

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