GhostDoc v2019 is now available!
You need this version if you want to use GhostDoc with Visual Studio 2019.
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I’ve been waiting for the settings not saved fix for over a month now. Is there anyway I can help you guys fix that? ALSO, would it be possible to implement a ghostdoc settings file by solution and automatically load that when the solution loads? Perhaps a .GhostDoc.xml file found in the solution folder? I’m currently working for five different companies and having to manually load the ghostdoc settings each time I change solutions is really annoying.
We are releasing build 19150 this week and it includes the fix.
As far as the solution level settings override, we added it in the v2019 – Solution Options -> Settings Override. The initial option has a number of issues that we addressed in the upcoming update. My advice to wait for the update before you give the Settings Override.
how soon before you release a version Ghost doc Enterprise which installs directly in VS 2019 without the dependency of vs2017?
Which dependency are you referring to?
It won’t install the actual program unless I have VS2017 Installed. And after having uninstalled VS 2017 in favor of VS 2019, I would rather not reinstall VS2017 just to install ghost doc enterprise