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atom0s

Personally nope, mine works fine. Only time I get the similar issue in #1 is when the intellisense hasn't updated yet or something was mistyped. Sometimes you need to compile the project to get intellisense to update fully.

Never had issue #2 though.

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Ufo-Pu55y

Something that really sux in VS2010:

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And it is a sad fact.

Maybe you unintentionally enabled '/CLR'?

Then disable it and you got your intelli back..

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atom0s

After looking around on Google it seems they did in fact remove the intellisense for C++/CLI programs. Normal C++ programs work fine with the intellisense though.

Worse comes to worse, you can try an intellisense alternative like Visual Assist: wholetomato.com

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Kurapica

to sum it up ! Visual Studio 2010 sucks

I used it for 1 month and it was really slow and

full of useless features, man I got a Core2Duo and 4 GB RAM

and it still lags :o

so I reverted to Visual Studio 2008 which is more than enough and

most importantly "FAST" and responsive

just my 2 cents :)

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deepzero

I actually thought it was quiet nice. I even had the feeling it would run faster than VS2008 on my p4 1,8 ghz + 1 gig RAM :lol:

Just noticed, it doesnt even create the intelisense database, *.ncb, in the proj dir. Besides that, the main VS2010 exe, continuously launches "vcpckgsrv.exe" roughly once per second... :ermm:

Re-installed the whole thing, no changes. Let me setup a clean system to test it again, and if that doesn't work -> back to VS2008 :wacko:

Why did they disable it for the CLR stuff?!?

:)

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GamingMasteR
Why did they disable it for the CLR stuff?!?

Because they realized that C++.Net sucks by concept and they want to kill it gradually ? :D

VS2010 IDE sucks, but the new compiler package (v10.0) is better and faster than old ones ...

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deepzero
Because they realized that C++.Net sucks by concept and they want to kill it gradually ? :D

:lol: :lol:

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atom0s

Can't say I agree that VS2010 sucks. It runs beautifully on my machine. It has its small issues like any other first release, but I'm more then certain service pack 1 will fix up any of the problems I currently have. Overall it runs great on my computer.

My setup:

Win7 Ultimate (x86), AMD Athlon x64 5400+ (3Ghz), 4gig RAM, Geforce 8600GT (256MB GDDR3)

I use VS2010 daily for work related things so I'm constantly using it.

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Ufo-Pu55y

Yep, I personally noticed lots of advantages compared to VS2008 and older.

Especially the 'Platform Toolset' property for C/C++ projects owns -

got it set up for v80, v90 and v100.. regularly using it.

Also don't wanna miss some godlike (free) extensions only available for VS2010 atm...

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deepzero
Also don't wanna miss some godlike (free) extensions only available for VS2010 atm...

Would you care to name them? :)

I just checked the homepage at0mos posted above: www.wholetomato.com

Looks really nice, but then i only watched the demo video so far... :lol:

Interestingly, i dont have the cursor problem running an "empty" ide or an instance where i just created a new project.

As soon as i click into one of the project?s files -> hourglass :ermm:

Edited by deepzero (see edit history)

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Ufo-Pu55y

That's what I'd call a scrollbar with balls:
/>http://visualstudiogallery.msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/465a0d53-5133-4edd-a0cd-94484fe3d853

I'm addicted to this ****, since I saw it in Notepad++:
/>http://visualstudiogallery.msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/4b92b6ad-f563-4705-8f7b-7f85ba3cc6bb

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What

VS2010 is fine if you have the Visual Assist extension. It switches out the editor for a scintilla based one (the lexer at least) and also the intellisence is unbelievably better. M$ should buy them out. There are also several extensions that make upgrade more worthwhile. The only reason I have not gone back to 2008 though is I like using some of the new C++0X standards. 2008 is all around faster. 2010 is bearable.

Edited by What (see edit history)

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deepzero

thanks, Ufo-Pu55y :)

I just installed VS2010 on a clean XP SP3 VM - exactly the same problems. :(

Now the final test with an untouched a XP SP3 on a real system...if that fails i`ll complain on the msdn forums & go back to version 9.0 :(

i`ll let you guys know about the results tomorrow ;)

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atom0s

thanks, Ufo-Pu55y :)

I just installed VS2010 on a clean XP SP3 VM - exactly the same problems. :(

Now the final test with an untouched a XP SP3 on a real system...if that fails i`ll complain on the msdn forums & go back to version 9.0 :(

i`ll let you guys know about the results tomorrow ;)

Could be due to being ran inside a VM. VS2010 is pretty intensive on requirements.

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deepzero

Hey :)

Interestingly, it works perfectly on a clean x86 XP SP3 non-VM system (why would it not...).

Guess i`ll re-install my main windows during the next few days then...high time, anyways. :yes:

deep :)

edit:

just installed the extensions managed throughout this thread, awesome... :turned:

Edited by deepzero (see edit history)

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deepzero

Right, again no success. I`m not gonna waste more time on this, going back to v. 2008.

Killboy, would you know of a VS2008 version of the word highlighting plugin?

I'm addicted to this ****, since I saw it in Notepad++:
/>http://visualstudiog...7b-7f85ba3cc6bb

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