Since few days Vulcan.NET 2.0 has been released to VOPS members.
It's running fine with Visual Studio 2010 : I've rebuild FabPaint and FabZip and things are good quite right.
FabPaint has a major bug (?) but FabZip is ok.
I've planned to released them in Mi-August 2010, with maybe few Visual Studio 2010 goodies......
And what's next ?
After VODC 2009
VODC2009 is over since.... approx. 10 days and finally I take time to write a note, shame on me !
In fact, that conference was great ( great peoples again) and well organized (Thanks Rudiger, Sonja & Dieter).
I have my own pictures but...as I've forgotten my digital camera, they were all done with my phone : Excuse me for the "bad" quality
Since the lastest VODC where I've talked about FabZip port to Vulcan, many days weeks months have passed....
It's time now to give you some news :
First, news about Reflector Plugin : A new version is in progress, that will at least include the support of BEGIN NAMESPACE keyword.
Next, about FabVZip : After few troubles the current state of FabVZip include Add/Extract/Delete operations with support of Callback for progression ! It's will exist in two flavour : VO-Compatible and Pure Vulcan.Net but currently I'm focused on VO-Compatiblity.
Unfortunatly, it doesn't support Disk-spanning (Multi-disk) currently....This one will be very huge work !
You can expect a public release for both ( Reflector plugin and FabVZip ) during February 2009.
We are in April and nothing has been released...it's a shame !
Well, FabVZip is build on an external library and I'm waiting for the latest release, before releasing mine....
The Vulcan Plugin is still under development 'cause I'm fighting with namespace dependencies.....
Sorry, I'll have to wait a bit...
After SDN DevDay
Back to school ! For me, it just means back at work !
I really enjoyed my "too short" venue to SDN DevDay. It was really a great meeting and exchanges were ( from my POV ) very interesting.
I'm coming back with new ideas and new energy. In the forthcoming days/weeks, I will try to build an tutorial on "how to use Reflector and the Vulcan Language plug-in".
One of the most exiting news is the current state of FabVZip, the FabZip version for Vulcan :
Currenlty, Most of the FabZip base class is up-and-running : I'm now working on the FabZipCtrl port to .net in two forms :
- VO Compatibility
- Pure .net