Submit to The Daily WTF
Have some code that is so terrible it hurts? Want to share it but find yourself too lazy to paste it into a form? If you're using Visual Studio, you can now submit it to The Daily WTF directly from the comfort of your code editor! Amazing! Visual Studio 2005, 2008, or 2010 is required for this extension.
Download Submit to The Daily WTF the Visual Studio extension. The current version is 1.0.
Installation (Visual Studio 2010)
Extract the zip file, extract the Visual Studio 2010 zip file, then launch the extension from Explorer to install.
Installation (Visual Studio 2005/2008)
Extract the zip file then extract the Visual Studio 2005-2008 zip file into the My Documents\Visual Studio 200x\AddIns folder. Launch Visual Studio and activate the add-in using the Tools->Add-in Manager menu item.
Because the Submit to The Daily WTF extensions is free, support is limited. However, if you do have any issues, please don't hesitate to contact us. Following are some frequently asked questions:
- Why am I getting Error 80131515?
This error is most likely being caused because your Visual Studio AddIns are being stored on the network, perhaps because My Documents is as well. To resolve this, either change where Visual Studio looks for Add-Ins, or change your Code Access Security settings to allow for execution in that network share.
The relevant The Daily WTF article has even more extensions (including an EMACS extension and a MacOS X service).
The source code for Submit to TDWTF is available on Google Code.