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Sunday, January 22, 2012
Well, it's done. After a rather extended incubation period ResOrg 188.8.131.52 (the first public ResOrg 2.0 build) was uploaded earlier this morning, and the ResOrg product pages updated to match.
If you have used ResOrg 1.x before, you will notice that the user interface of ResOrg 2.0 is subtly different from its predecessor - notably in the Visual Studio plug-in (which now of course supports Visual Studio 2008 and 2010...).
In particular, the old (and rather limited) "ResOrg.NET Explorer" toolwindow has been replaced by a much more useful "Symbol Files Display" which is also available in the standalone application.
If you are using Visual Studio 2010, it might interest you to know that ResOrg 2.0 can automatically update Ribbon Designer (.mfcribbon-ms) files when an ID referenced in a ribbon resource is renumbered.
I won't include any screenshots in this post as a couple of good ones were included in the previous post, however if you are reading this post in your RSS reader you can find them at https://www.riverblade.co/blog.php?archive=2011_12_01_archive.xml#2011121501.