• nasch (unregistered) in reply to Jeff

    "Try it sometime, I think you might be surprised how poor of a programmer you are when you have nothing but a pencil and paper."

    If you are programming as an art form or hobby, that sounds great. If you're doing it as a business, that's like telling a contractor to set aside all the power tools and try building a house with just hand tools. Yeah, it's going to be a lot harder and a lot slower. Nobody would be surprised by that.

  • (nodebb) in reply to anonymous

    You could probably write a wrapper to chainload any program from Visual Studio.

    Last time I used it, you could create a project to debug an existing executable, but then simply start it in release mode, thus effectively turning Visual Studio into a program manager, using project files rather than shortcuts.

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