2,000 Lines of Code Supported in the Trial Version
To allow more complete evaluation prior to purchase, the new trial version supports a maximum of 2,000 lines of code per project, instead of the previous 1,100 line limitation.
Full Visual Studio 2012 support, including support for the new Await and Async keywords!
You can now convert VB.Net and ASP.Net snippets without having to convert a full project, using a Visual Studio like editor.
Edit VB.Net and C# Code Directly in the Converter
VB.Net and C# code can be directly edited in the converter, without having to find the corresponding lines in Visual Studio. This is very useful when working a list of issues which have straightforward fixes, and navigating between the converter’s problems/notes/errors and their corresponding positions in the Visual Studio project can be tedious.
A Visual Studio like editor is provided, complete with syntax highlighting, line numbers, and undo/redo.
Easily Find and Open Most Recently Converted Projects
Mark Items as “Worked”
A potential problem, conversion note, or compiler error can now be marked as “worked”. This is useful when working a list of items to correct and you want to keep track of which have been fixed.
In spite of the more visible changes, most of the focus of version 3.00 has been on conversion accuracy. There are too many to list, but some of the improvements are:
Multiple accuracy improvements in VS 2008 and 2010 projects
Improved accuracy in automatically detecting the Visual Studio version of a project.
Fixed problem converting custom events.
Fixed error converting events in interfaces which have attributes.
Corrected error where mismatched casing in namespace lines wasn’t being detected.
Improved accuracy of detecting whether to convert a VB.Net “=” to a C# “=” or “==”.