Last week I received a new laptop at work and since I hadn't upgraded to Visual Studio 2015 it was the prefect time to do so. After installing Visual Studio I reinstalled all my favorite extensions and tools. However one extension wasn't available, Versioning Controlled Build (it automates versioning of .NET projectsâ€‹). This extension is fairly old and dates back to 2004 and has been upgraded since to work with all Visual Studio versions, except for Visual Studio 2015. I viewed the comments in de CodeProject article and saw many requests for a 2015 version dating back to July 2015. The reason why the add-in probably wasn't updated is because add-ins have been deprecated in Visual Studio 2015. The new way is to create a VSPackage (VSIX extension file). Shoot, such a nice tool, how am I gone manage my project versions now?
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