|crafting direct jump in visual studio|
To do a direct jump in visual studio you can first store the absolute
target address in a variable and the use it in the asm:
unsigned int target = 0x11223344;
This will compile as something like this:
69044B7C - FF25 E4330669 JMP DWORD PTR DS:[test.690633E4]
This also allows you to have the target address to be specified at compile
time and variable.
As for a DIRECT jump... I don't think there is one. The 0xea one you
mentioned is a far jump that the OS will not allow you to use. If you
really need your address to be hardcoded though, there would be the
following workaround for a jump:
|Can I create 'jump points' in visual studio 2005?|
You can use Ctrl+] to jump to the matching brace or parenthesis. So you can
place your cursor on the brace of the if statement and press the shortcut
to go to the end of the block and thus directly in front of the else.
Another option would be to set bookmarks with Ctrl+B, T. Those move when
the line moves as well and you can jump between them with Ctrl+B, N and
|How to move windows forms from Visual Studio 2010 to Visual Studio 2012|
You should be able to just copy the Form files (TheForm.cs and
TheForm.designer.cs) to the new project, then add them to the project.
Note that you will also need to move any files that form depends upon (if
any) before it will work properly.
|Visual Studio not using Visual Studio Command Prompt for post-build events|
The easiest way is probably just call out to the thing the normal VSXXXX
command prompt uses:
CALL ""%ProgramFiles(x86)%Microsoft Visual Studio 10.0VCvcvarsall.bat"" x86
(edit: updated as per Hans's comment)
|will visual studio 2012 projects open in visual studio 2010|
Depends on what features you have in your 2012 projects. Some of the 2012
features will not open in 2010 and will therefore need upgrading. To quote
"If you use both Visual Studio 2012 and Visual Studio 2010 SP1, you can
create and modify projects and files in either version as long as you don't
add features that require Visual Studio 2012."
More details on the features that are not supported in 2010 can be found
|Using static library from Visual Studio 2008 with Visual Studio 2010|
If getting a VC2010 version of the library is out of the question, then you
will need to build a DLL using VS2008 that offers the functionality in the
VS2008 static library.
You will probably not be able to use C++ linkage to this DLL and certainly
will not be able to pass std::string directly between the DLL and your main
application. This is because the memory layout/interface is different and
you will end up with ODR violations and crashes etc (that's if you can even
compile/link it that way without tons of errors).
So, you'll need to craft a C style API that the DLL exposes for use by your
main VS2010 application. Strings will need to be passed as c-style const
char* or const wchar_t* strings, or some other struct/opaque pointer.
If you can build the DLL in such a way that it is
|Visual Studio Intellisense methods with underscore don't appear|
If you go into Tools->Options->Text
for the reference group (depending on what type of project you may need to
Once you have the right group you'll noticed there are some default
included intellisense reference files. Try removing the
|Find empty methods in visual studio|
In the visual studio find-tool, set it to use Regular Expressions. Use this
expression to find empty methods.
void .*(*)( |(
To find empty Page_Load methods:
void (Page_Load).*(*)( |(
All these approaches would work for "void" methods. For other types, you
can change the expression or further generalize the expression to match any
kind of return type.
|List untested methods with Visual Studio or ReSharper|
There is another tool called DotCover from the same guys who develop
ReSharper (JetBrains). Also there are products from other developers, such
as NCover or TestDriven.NET mentioned in comments.
|64 bit exe crashing outside visual studio but working inside visual studio|
You can try comparing the environments between visual studio and the
Dependency walker should identify any missing DLLs.
|Visual studio issues after installing visual studio 2013|
In order to build windows 8 apps in visual studio 2013, you must be using
windows 8.1. (defined here). This is possibly the issue.
You also wouldn't see the windows sdk include path because the wdk would be
uninstalled. I would recommend one of two things
get visual studio 2012 again, and download the windows 8 sdk
get windows 8.1, then install visual studio 2013, and use the windows 8.1
I know, its quite silly.
|C# Visual Studio 2012, how to show class members and methods?|
You couldn't of tried them all...
I think the one you want is: "View" > "Class View" (Ctrl+W, C)
There is also "Solution Explorer", which is what I prefer to use for
navigation (Ctrl+W, S)
|Eclipse "Copy Qualified Name" function in Visual Studio?|
Not sure if this will be convenient enough for you, but you can choose View
menu item and open the Class view window (Ctrl+W,C or Ctrl+Shift+C short
cut - probably depends on the settings). There you can select a class or a
method and pressing Ctrl+C (or choosing Copy from context menu) gives you
the fully qualified name in the clipboard.
|OpenGL methods not recognized from glew64.lib using Visual Studio 2012 on Windows 8|
GLEW convers everything that's beyond OpenGL-1.1, but nothing OpenGL-1.1
provides. The symbols reported are part of OpenGL-1.1 and you must add
opengl32.lib to the list of linked libraries, in addition to GLEW:
(I wonder why they have called your lib by glew32.lib and not glew64.lib
it's pretty strange...
It's not strage, it's consistent. Even on 64 bit Windows the OpenGL
interface DLL is called opengl32.dll
|Read write privileges between Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio and Visual Studio|
I ended up solving it on my own. The problem had to do with privileges. The
database was on my local machine with limited rights. SSMS was using a
different account to access the file than VS.I had to go to the MDF file
and LDF and add rights to some users.
|SQL Server Management Studio equivalent for CTR+L keyboard Shortcut from Visual Studio|
Just hit ctrl+c with no text selected - this copies the current line;
likewise ctrl+x with no text selected cuts the current line.
|Visual Studio Find and Replace - Exclude Namespaces/Classes/Methods/Variables|
When you do a search, in the Find Options panel, you can specify the file
types you wish to search in. You can then do a plain search only in HTML
files, and then another one on the .cs files, using regular expressions in
the latter to search for ABC between quotes. Like this:
I'm a little rusty with RegEx, actually, so it may be a variation of that.
|Open a Visual Studio Solution with a Visual Studio Add-in|
You should use the ExecuteCommand to execute the standard File.OpenProject
command. Similar to using the File>Open>Solution.
Something like this will do in C#:
string path = @"C:UsersxyzDocumentsVisual Studio
path = """ + path + """;
Which translates to VB.NET:
Dim path As String
path = """C:UsersxyzDocumentsVisual Studio
If you would like to know whether the command has finished, you should
create an eventhandler for the command.
|"Add unimplemented methods" feature in the Android Studio|
Of course there is. It is called Implement methods or Override Methods. The
default shortcut is CTRL-I and CTRL-O. See descrption of Implementing
Methods and Overriding Methods.
|Android migrate Eclipse to Studio|
This helped me:
In Eclipse, Preferences -> Java Built Path ->"Order and Export" tab. Make
sure items are selected
If you have external Jars, manually copy and paste the jar in the libs
folder of the project. (I did this in my Finder)
confirm the project launches via Eclipse
If it runs, export the project again by "Generate Gradle build files"
(confirm overwriting existing files, if any)
Studio and re-import the project. Again, confirming overwriting of
any existing files.
Next to the run bottom at the top of the
screen click on the drop down next to your project name. Click "Edit
Configurations..." and select "show chooser dialog" if not already
|Talend Open Studio and Eclipse - Link source from eclipse to talend open studio and export job as test|
I'm a beginner with Talend Open Studio (TOS) and I'm using TOS for Data
TOS-DI is based upon Eclipse Framework but it is a standalone "product" (in
Eclipse sense) so, it has its proper rules for third party code
For example, you can use your Java code as a Talend "routine" or in one of
Talend tJavaXX components. But this is copy/paste, not classpath
Another way could be to integrate in YOUR Eclipse environment, the Talend
code. This is open source and you can get the code there :
But if you need the complete TOS execution environment, this will not
easily be useful for you...
Last chance (but I've not tested) is to try to change the classpath of
TOS-DI, using the "Debugger" perspective, i
|Wrong build being deployed on Android device using Visual Studio 2012 Xamarin.Android|
I have no idea why it does this, I had this issue before. I also noticed
that the device log was somewhat behind (ie, at 3.30pm, the last record on
the device log was 11.00am).
Uninstalling the app from the device and re-deploying it seems to correct
Note: I had this issue in VS, didn't check with XS.
I would look at the difference in your deployment settings in VS and XS (I
think it may have something to do with the Fast Deployment option).
|R.java is not generating neither with eclipse nor with Android Studio|
I'm not sure about Eclipse, but the most recent version of Android Studio
(0.1.6) has a known bug like this that only has a workaround at this point.
The workaround is to turn off external build in preferences > compiler.
|Android Studio new project Eclipse style|
You shouldn't use Android Studio if you want to stay with Ant (or even use
the maven android plugin).
For now, Google maintains Eclipse and Android Studio.
If you want to benefit from the Android Studio improvements but stay with
Ant, you should have a look at IntelliJ product : IDEA Community Edition.
|How to import Android Studio project in Eclipse?|
As the others say, a full import is not possible, but just try a manual
'import'. The key files for an Android project are the Java sourcecode (src
directory), the resource XML files and the Manifest. Just create a new
Android project in Eclipse and simply copy these files over. You may have
to create a new package structure, so construct the necessary packages and
copy each sourcefile over and refactor the package name if necessary. If
you use any additional libraries, you may have to manually import them as
|How do I migrate my Android Eclipse project to using Gradle and Android Studio?|
You should create a folder in you project's root and name it libs.
Then copy your jar file to that folder and add
compile fileTree(dir: 'libs', include: '*.jar')
to your build.gradle file.
If above won't work. You may need to try this post
|no gradle file in eclipse project Android studio|
All you need is a simple build.gradle file for your ActionBarSherlock
project. Here's one I've created:
apply plugin: 'android-library'
java.srcDirs = ['src']
resources.srcDirs = ['src']
aidl.srcDirs = ['src']
renderscript.srcDirs = ['src']
res.srcDirs = ['res']
assets.srcDirs = ['assets']
|Importing Eclipse project with 2 libraries to Android Studio|
Create an ANDROID_HOME environmental variable pointing to the Android sdk
directory which is included in Android Studio or create a local.properties
file containing the path to the Android sdk for each of your projects. The
local.properties file should be located in the root / workspace directory
of your project; it needs only to contain one line:
|Visual Studio - Run the project outside of Visual Studio|
you would need to either build statically or provide the required dll
the page at
tells how you can find the missing dll files.
|Xamarin.Android Intellisense not working in Visual Studio 2010|
Kannan Balasubramanian has posted an answer that worked for me (Binary
Here's Kannan's solution:
Most of the people who work with Xamarin’s Mono for Android in Visual
Studio 2012 face a bug where Intellisense doesn’t work for AXML in source
One of the fix which worked for me is mentioned below.
Launch Visual Studio 2012
Open a solution with .AXML file in it
Now XML main menu should be visible on top
Open “Schemas…” menu
Sort by “File Name” column and see if “android-layout-xml” and
schemas.android.com.apk.res.android” are there. If found, skip to step 13
If not found, go to “Program Files” if 32-bit system or “Program
Files (x86)” if 64-bit system.
Then go to “MSBuildNovell” or “MSBuildXamarinAndroid”
You should be able to see 2 files
|Import an Android Project from Eclipse to Android Studio and I have this error message "failed to find Build Tools revision 8.0.0"|
Your build.gradle is trying to use Android SDK tools 8 which isn't
installed on your machine.
If you look at your build.gradle file you probably have this line
buildToolsVersion "8". You want your build.gradle file to point to the
Android SDK tools that you currently have installed (preferably the
latest). Just open the Android SDK manager and see which tools you have
installed and change the buildToolsVersion "8" to the right version.
|Eclipse/Android Studio Device not showing up in Chooser Dialog|
There is another method that you can use .....when you run your project as
android project, it generates an .apk file. Just move that .apk file to
your device. Then on device run the application in debug mode.
|Cannot resolve Symbol R (Imported project from Eclipse to Android Studio)|
Try to use the new version (0.4.3) of the gradle build plugin, that was
More information about this version on g+ here.
|Importing Eclipse project into Android Studio - getBuildScript error|
Fixed: I think I might have screwed things up by having a separate gradle
installation in addition to whatever is installed by the Android Studio
bundle. I uninstalled gradle AND Studio, then just installed the default
Studio build things worked better. I still had to update the gradle value
in the gradle-wrapper.properties file to "1.7" instead of "1.6".
But now all of my projects import correctly.
BTW, this was on Windows 7.
|Importing an eclipse project in Android studio. Error with Gradle|
You have used Gradle 1.8, as your error mentions, you should use Gradle
1.6. Download it from here
|Getting an error while trying to execute application which has been imported from Eclipse into Android Studio?|
Have you looked at this question?
Basically, from commandline, navigate to the root directory of your project
./gradlew clean packageDebug
|What is the equivalent of Eclipse "Custom debug Keystore" in Android studio?|
You define a keystore in your build.gradle file. See the Signing
Configurations section here:
In your case, you want to redefine the keystore for the debug variant:
However, you should really be using two different keystores for debug and
|Unhandled Exception in TcpClient with Xamarin.Android Visual Studio 2010|
Did you add the permission to access networking resources in your
<uses-permission android:name="android.permission.INTERNET" />
This allows your application network access.
Hope this helps.
|Completely remove Android Studio, Eclipse and all the libs/packages installed with them|
Removing Android Studio:
Remove the Android Studio folder, usually in
Remove .AndroidStudioPreview from home/[username]
Remove Eclipse from Software center.
|Is there a way to convert an Eclipse, 1 library + 2 application projects into an Android Studio, 2 build variants|
You should use Eclipse Export tool to generate gradle files for you. then
you can easily export it in Android Studio