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VS Toolbox: Looking Ahead

Next month we're going to do another joint review like the ReSharper/CodeRush review we did last month (Two Productivity Tools for Visual Studio 2010). This time, however, we'll be looking at two installation packages.

So what do you worry about in installation packages? What should we be looking at in reviewing these products? What products should be reviewing (my first thoughts are Wise and Installshield).

Posted by Peter Vogel on 09/14/2010 at 1:16 PM


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