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is a powerful
add-in for Visual Studio .NET 2002/2003/2005/2008/2010/2012 and Visual C++
6 designed to improve developer productivity by
making available such features as:
- Incremental searching
of files throughout the workspace, global include/source
directories, or user specified directories.
- Incremental tag
searches either by identifier name or a parent class or
- Switching between the
declaration and definition of functions.
- Tag completion at the
press of a key while typing.
- Powerful code
- And a whole lot
As of version 4.0, Workspace
Whiz is free software for non-commercial uses.
Those using Workspace Whiz to develop software for
profit (including commercial and shareware developers)
need to purchase a license to use Workspace Whiz.
December 28, 2012
- Workspace Whiz 4.4 Build 1207 for Visual Studio 2002/2003/2005/2010/2012 and Visual C++ 6
4.4 Beta Build 1207 for Visual Studio 2002/2003/2005/2008/2010/2012.
4.3 Beta Build 1206 for Visual C++ 6.
The development site hosting the Workspace
Whiz source code is at
This version has the following updates:
Add ability to read vcxproj files.
Fix the Global File Open to not scan the entire hard drive
when a bad variable evaluation happens.
When double clicking a path in the Extra Files dialog,
remove it from the list. It can be readded with the Add
Fix the Global Files dialog for Visual Studio 2008.
Fix the globbing code to properly allow the removal of
directories after the path evaluation function is run.
The evaluation dialog pops up for an unregistered version. If you are a user fitting the description of using Workspace Whiz for non-commercial uses (according to the Workspace Whiz license), you may enter the following code to remove the evaluation dialog:
- Registration Name: (Non-commercial usage license)
- Registration Code: K9MYC-KRF4K-6RDCV-T1T49-1EJPC
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