As I’ve used it for a couple months, I’ve decided that I have a lot (LOT) of changes I want to make to it. I’m not quite a genius yet (like all of the people at the Q# launch), but I’ve learned a ton since I first started writing this.
However, as things go, I haven’t had time to really re-engineer it. It’s hard to take time to fix something that works, even though it doesn’t work as well as it could or should. (Can I get an “Amen”?!) So, in the meantime, I’ve just fixed a few bugs and made a few enhancements. Most noticably, there is a progress bar at the bottom of the window now.
So anyway, for what it’s worth, here is the updated version. Use it at your own risk, blah blah blah.
To see a “real” code generator, check out Codus by Sean McCormack from Adapdev Technologies. Adapdev has a few good tools that have been released to the development community. On a (sort of) related note, Sean will be speaking to the WI .NET Users Group on September 13 about Automated Testing for .NET. You can register at the UG site.