Bart Read

Bart is a project manager for Red Gate Software Ltd. He's currently looking after the .NET Reflector Pro project. Previously he's working on ANTS Memory Profiler, ANTS Performance Profiler, SQL Prompt, and has touched the code for most of the Red Gate SQL developer tools... some of them still haven't recovered from the shock. He was born and grew up in Dorset, was educated in Nottingham and London, and likes music and real ale. His photo is extremely misleading.

20 December 2013
20 December 2013

New Features in Node Tools for Visual Studio’s December Dev Build

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Download the latest Node Tools for Visual Studio dev build from: https://nodejstools.codeplex.com/releases/view/116275 It’s only been a month since the first alpha, but a lot has happened since with fixes and improvements to intellisense, various areas of the user interface, solution explorer, build, the REPL, along with the npm support that Red Gate has been working … Read more
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22 November 2013
22 November 2013

Node.js Development in Visual Studio – Life After Visual Node with Node Tools for Visual Studio

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By now you may have seen the first public alpha release of Node Tools for Visual Studio on CodePlex announced in Scott Hanselman’s excellent overview of the suite. You may have noticed Red Gate’s name associated with this and, particularly if you’re a Visual Node user, you’re probably wondering what’s going on, and where all … Read more
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22 June 2010
22 June 2010

.NET Reflector Support: Does the .NET Reflector Visual Studio add-in work with Visual Studio Express?

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Unfortunately the answer to this is no: the .NET Reflector add-in does not support Express editions of Visual Studio, and hence the Pro debugging functionality will also not work with these Visual Studio Editions. This is because Microsoft forbids the creation of add-ins for Visual Studio Express in their terms and conditions. As an aside, … Read more
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24 February 2010
24 February 2010

.NET Reflector & .NET Reflector Pro 6.1 have been released

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.NET Reflector 6.1 and .NET Reflector Pro 6.1 have been released. You can download them from: http://www.red-gate.com/products/reflector/index.htm .NET Reflector is a class browser and disassembler for .NET assemblies. .NET Reflector Pro is a Visual Studio debugging extension that allows you to step through third party and framework assemblies, as if they were built from your … Read more
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09 February 2010
09 February 2010

How much will .NET Reflector Pro cost?

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Somebody asked about this on our beta support forum earlier, so I thought I’d mirror the information I posted in my response here as well. We’re going to make full pricing information available with the product is released, but for now I can say that .NET Reflector Pro will initially cost $195 for a single … Read more
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06 January 2010
06 January 2010

Heads-up on some end-of-life management: .NET 1.x support in Red Gate’s .NET developer tools

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End of life is a bit of a touchy subject, and is often either brushed under the carpet, or dealt with via the “stealth withdrawal” mechanism which, not surprisingly, often doesn’t go down well with customers. [Confession time: yes, we have occasionally done the latter, and yes, this includes a couple of products that I’ve … Read more
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11 August 2009
11 August 2009

.NET Reflector Support: How do I report a bug in one of the add-ins?

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The best way to report a bug in an add-in is to contact the add-in author directly. Andrew Clarke maintains a list of add-ins, along with links to their homepages here: http://www.simple-talk.com/dotnet/.net-tools/using-.net-reflector-add-ins/ You should be able to contact add-in authors via the homepages for their add-ins. If the add-in is hosted on CodePlex, you can … Read more
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31 July 2009
31 July 2009

.NET Reflector Support: Does .NET Reflector support unmanaged code?

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The answer to this is, unfortunately, no. .NET Reflector will work with any managed assemblies from .NET 1.0 onwards, and other .NET implementations, such as Mono, but it will not support portable executables-i.e., DLLs and EXEs-containing unmanaged code, such as those generated by Visual Studio 6 and earlier, Delphi (in its pre-.NET incarnation), VB6 or … Read more
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24 April 2009
24 April 2009

Last orders at the bar… well, until the next time anyway

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Earlier on today Steve uploaded our last early access build for ANTS Memory Profiler 5: http://www.red-gate.com/messageboard/viewforum.php?f=92 We won’t be making another build available until the official beta, hopefully within the next two to three weeks. Admittedly that’s not too long to wait, but if you were interested in participating in the EA programme, this is … Read more
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