Microsoft readies Vista tools update

Microsoft this Friday or next Monday morning plans to offer an update to its Visual Studio 2005 development environment to tackle issues with building applications for Windows Vista. The Visual Studio 2005 Service Pack Update for Windows Vista tends to issues such as debugging and profiling and creating ASP.Net applications for Internet Information Server, said […]

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Microsoft this Friday or next Monday morning plans to offer an update to its Visual Studio 2005 development environment to tackle issues with building applications for Windows Vista.

The Visual Studio 2005 Service Pack Update for Windows Vista tends to issues such as debugging and profiling and creating ASP.Net applications for Internet Information Server, said Jay Roxe, Microsoft group product manager for Visual Studio. All told, 25 issues are addressed, including a problem with confusing error messages.

"It's a very contained update designed just for [Vista]," Roxe said.

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