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Microsoft Developer Studio Add-In is a tool designed specifically for application builders who take advantage of the features and capabilities that MS Developer Studio has to offer.
The plugin provides users with the possibility to easily insert various items in the source file before passing it into the compiler, but it does not modify the source file.
The utility does not require installation, but users need to unpack the downloadable zip file and extract its contents to any folder on their PCs, then launch Microsoft Developer Studio, head to the AddIns and Macro Files tab, select the Tools/Customize menu, and browse for the msvc_plugin.dll file.
In order to remove the plugin from their computers, users need to head to the folder where it is saved, then to run the uninstall.bat file, after which they need to remove the folder completely.
The tool can be used to learn specific info on how code is affected when the #define and #include directives are executed, or to easily kill the process that is being debugged with a single mouse click (developers can do this by hitting Ctrl+Shift+Esc too).
With the help of this tool, users can insert various code into new applications with a single mouse click, while also providing them with the possibility to archive their projects, directly from the Microsoft Developer Studio interface.
The plugin also comes with a color picker, providing developers with a standard Choose Color dialog box and allowing them to insert any of the selected colors at current caret position as RGB(r,g,b) or 0x00RRGGBB.
Some of the items that can be inserted into code with the help of this utility include build numbers, the source of header file name, either with or without extension, or the current directory of source or header file.
The utility can also be used to integrate the current system time and date in an accepted format, as well as line numbers, project's .DSP file, main directory, or name, environment string, and output of console application.