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MichaelAaronson (2) [Avatar] Offline
#1
Is it possible to have advance access to some source code before the book is published?
It would be helpful while we are reading the MEAP edition.
It could be provided with the understanding that it is incomplete, and subject to change.
Psychlist1972 (177) [Avatar] Offline
#2
Re: Source code availability
I don't recall exactly when Manning makes the source available. Presumably after it goes through tech review (which is happening right now).

I tried to include all the source in the book this time, as it turns out that lots of people actually like to type in the code.

Anything in-particular you're looking for, or just a general request?

Pete
MichaelAaronson (2) [Avatar] Offline
#3
Re: Source code availability
It was just a general request.

Even if the code is in the book, I sometimes find it helpful to look at all the related files, especially if what I type in doesn't seem to be working.

But, since the book, with the code, is being released soon, there is probably no need for you to provide advance copies of the code now.
tom0049 (1) [Avatar] Offline
#4
Re: Source code availability
I would be thankful if could get the source code for the SL5 printing examples.
Kind regards,
tom
Psychlist1972 (177) [Avatar] Offline
#5
Re: Source code availability
For printing, I actually suggest going to http://silverlightreporting.codeplex.com and using that. It's a superset of the example in the book.

Pete