Great way to understand circular references
I'm dealing with large assemblies that I get from all over the place,
and I need to do changes.
I have been introduced to a tool called SolidMap and they have a
feature that allows highlighting the circular reference.
It saves me so much time trying to figure them out my self.
Check it out at
If you're going to sell something, why don't you just come out and say
you've got something for sale? Why try to pose as a real user? Your
product sux anyway. Why don't you point us to a decent review of the
FlowerPot wrote in news:45f0922f$0$16346$88260bb3
email@example.com posted the message. firstname.lastname@example.org is the registered
contact for the website he "was introduced to". Certainly they're not the
same person and this isn't thinly veiled SPAM. I wonder how much business
this type of post really generates.
So, would you mind posting it or making it available? I, for one, would be
I downloaded the trial version of Solidmap. I've had only had time to try it
out on one assembly (fairly large for us) where we suspect that we have some
circular references. It says we don't, but it seems like it isn't finding
all of the references. I haven't had time to work with it to see what is
I agree with Matt's mini-review, that the user interface is not very easy to
understand. It is nice to have all of the references laid out graphically
instead of just a hard to read list, but that is not worth the selling price
to me. If it really does find circular references, I would be willing to put
up with a painful user interface and a steep price.
Tripod Data Systems
"take the garbage out, dear"