The authors (James Avery and Jim Holmes) of the recently published book Windows Developer Power Tools wrote an article for O’Reilly’s WindowsDevCenter making…
One of their key points is that even if you already use the feature rich Microsoft Visual Studio for development, there are many freeware and Open Source products that can be used to enhance your work with Visual Studio.
A Port 25 post titled simply Following-up… from May 2006 lists a number of Microsoft-related freeware and Open Source tools. Two in particular that caught my attention are Open Source products that help Visual Studio work with the popular Open Source CVS and Subversion version control applications.
Jalindi Igloo - Connects Visual Studio to a CVS repository