You can download the source code on : https://github.com/ChristophePichaud/VSDemo
You can have a binary package here: http://www.windowscpp.com/Appz/VSDemo.zip
Visual C++ and Native Development (C++ Renaissance) and .NET Technologies
You can found the source code of UltraFluid Modeler on GitHub: https://github.com/ChristophePichaud/UltraFluidModeler
You can found a binary package here: http://www.windowscpp.com/Appz/UltraFluid_Modeler.zip
Based on a MFC sample called VisualStudioDemo, I have modified the active view to embedded the MFC Scintilla wrappers provided by http://www.naughter.com/scintilla.html. It is not very complicated because the wrappers are directly useful. Now I have to exploit the solution docking pane, and allow to build something. I think I will allow this app to run the C# compiler. I need to think about it…
The facts !
In the October 2017 edition of french magazine Programmez, I have written an article about Why C++ in 2007 ?