“VisioAutomation” Office 2010 .NET Library Tools for Programmers

 
VisioAutomation for Visio 2010 is a CodePlex .NET Library that simplifies automating Visio from .NET languages such as C#, F#, IronPython and a set of tools that use that library.
Project Components:
 
    • VisioAutomation – the core low-level library
    • VisioAutomation.Scripting – the a higher level library meant to be used by interactive tools
    • Visio Power Tools – a .NET Add-In for Visio 2007 that adds a new menu and UI tools to visio
    • VisioIPy – provides a IronPython-based command-line experience (experimental)
    • VisioPS – provides a Powershell 2.0-based command-line experience (experimental)
    • VisioVDX – Create Visio VDX files without Visio installed
Scenarios:
 
    • Writing managed-code Add-Ins for Visio 2007
    • Writing tools to automate Visio 2007 from command line
    • Use it as a reference to learn how to do common Visio automation tasks
Requirements:
    • Compiling the solution requires Visual Studio 2008 SP1
    • The libraries and tools require .NET Framework 3.5 SP1
    • To install the Visio Helper Add-in, install Visual Studio Tools for Office 3.0
    • VisioIPy requires IronPython 2.6
    • VisioPS requires Powershell 2.0
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