Category Archive: Roman Korchagin

Lead Developer, Aspose Auckland Team

Need a difference tool that can find moved lines. Do you know any?

There are heaps of commercial and free difference tools available. Only few of them can find moved blocks of lines. At the moment I’m only aware of WinDiff, WinMerge and Compare It. However I need to be able to “jump” between move … Continue reading

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RTF and Culture

From what I can tell RTF and Culture do not mix. If you have English culture selected in your regional settings, create a document in Microsoft Word and save as RTF, then double values (in custom document properties) will be … Continue reading

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NUnit Thoughts

Here is short blurb on our experience with NUnit. Goods and not so goods. We are using NUnit for Aspose products on our team. We’ve been using it from the start. Aspose.Words for .NET at the moment has around 5000 … Continue reading

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Yet Another 64-bit Surprise

Some of the Aspose.Words (and other components) demo projects and unit tests retrieve data from a Microsoft Access .mdb database. I’ve been trying to get everything working on Windows Vista 64-bit and was getting “Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0 not registered” error. According to … Continue reading

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We successfully develop and debug ASP.NET 1.1 applications in Visual Studio 2003 on Windows Vista Ultimate 64bit

I’ve upgraded my development machine recently to Windows Vista Ultimate 64bit because we wanted to fully test Aspose.Words on Vista and on 64bit systems. We have projects for both Visual Studio 2003 and 2005 as we build Aspose.Words both for … Continue reading

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