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Responding to Events (Visual Basic, Visual C#, and Visual J# Projects) 

Environment events are divided into two categories, general environment events and environment events that apply to specific types of projects. General environment events include window events, task list events, tool window events, and so on.

Environment events specific to Visual C#, Visual Basic, and Visual J# projects are defined in VSLangProj and VSLangProj80. The EnvDTE80 namespace contains two event objects specific to projects. These are ProjectsEvents and ProjectItemsEvents objects and they are also available per project type basis. However, ProjectsEvents and ProjectItemsEvents are defined for all project types in the Visual Studio Integrated development environment (IDE). Events that apply to specific types of projects are reference events, import events (Visual Basic only), Web reference events, build manager events, projects events and project items events.

In This Section

How to: Handle Events in a Macro

Describes how to handle general automation events in a Visual Studio macro.

How to: Handle Automation Events (Visual Basic)

Describes how to handle general automation events in a Visual Studio add-in by using Visual Basic.

How to: Handle Automation Events (Visual C#)

Describes how to handle general automation events in a Visual Studio add-in by using Visual C#.

Event Objects (Specific to Types of Projects)

Provides a list of the event objects specific to Visual C#, Visual Basic, and Visual J# projects. Also explains how to find the string entries used to specify a particular project type for an event handler, Visual Studio macro, or Visual Studio add-in.

How to: Create an Event Handler in a Macro for a Specific Type of Project

Describes how to handle events that apply to specific types of projects in a Visual Studio macro.

How to: Respond to Events in a Specific Project (Visual Basic)

Describes how to handle events that apply to specific types of projects in a Visual Studio add-in by using Visual Basic.

How to: Respond to Events in a Specific Project (Visual C#)

Describes how to handle events that apply to specific types of projects in a Visual Studio add-in by using Visual C#.

How to: Respond to Web References Events (Visual Basic)

Describes how to handle Web reference events that apply to specific types of projects in a Visual Studio add-in by using Visual Basic.

How to: Respond to Web References Events (Visual C#)

Describes how to handle Web reference events that apply to specific types of projects in a Visual Studio add-in by using Visual C#.

Reference

VSProjectEvents2

Extends the VSProjectEvents class. The new class provides access to web reference events.

Events2

Allows access to all events in the extensibility model. Events may also be exposed from specific objects within the extensibility model.

Related Sections

Responding to Automation Events

Describes how to handle events using the general automation model.

Introduction to Project Extensibility

Describes the object model for extending Visual C#, Visual Basic, and Visual J# projects in the Visual Studio IDE.

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