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Website TODO List (misc)
Any other suggestions? https://www.pinvoke.net/emoticons/regular_smile.gif https://www.pinvoke.net/emoticons/sad_smile.gif
-- Adam Nathan
Could the pinvoke.net Visual Studio Add-In be updated for Visual Studio 2005? https://www.pinvoke.net/emoticons/regular_smile.gif -- lrs
Is this site can work with the #Develop (http://www.sharpdevelop.net/) Find Pinvoke function ? -- GDS
One thing that I would like to see is a page that lets you select one or more signatures and have it generate a C# file that contains those signatures. -- firstname.lastname@example.org
Good idea! I've added it to the list! -- Adam
You could go a step further and allow someone to generate an entire class for one group type. So if someone wanted all the signatures for user32 generated into one class/file they could... -- Ben S. Stahlhood II (http://weblogs.asp.net/bstalhood/)
You definately need to get the site working in non-IE browsers. And you may want to consider removing the fading page transitions. I don't know about other people but I personally find them irritating. -- Adrian Ritchie (http://www.gringod.com)
I'll second this... -- DzCepheus
-- Erdogan Kurtur (aka edokan)
I'd love to see all the Platform SDK headers added as HTML pages that could then be searched. Much of the time spent making a function call work is looking for the correct value of a constant or #DEFINE in a header file somewhere.
-- Kelly Summerlin
I would love to have a downloadable solution that has all of the signatures, structures, consts, etc., like Microsoft's SafeNativeMethods and UnsafeNativeMethods. -- Omer van Kloeten
This is a minor bug in the searching system. If you type in ** as a search parameter an error is returned from the web site.
FYI, I was looking for stuff on pointer to pointer dereferencing.
Can the @ MSDN search shortcut be changed to point to http://google.com/search?q=site:msdn.microsoft.com+$$$ ? The current search often doesn't find any hits...