For those who didn’t see the news flying everywhere, there is a new ASP.NET (mainly tooling) update announced on Scott Guthrie’s blog:
If are using the great Web Essentials Visual Studio extension, and you updated the extension yesterday and noticed in Web Essentials change log that several editors like LESS and CoffeeScript editors were removed, this was as the editors moved into the official update.
This means if you want to use the recent update with Web Essentials (strongly recommended), you probably should also update Web Essentials to the latest version first before installing the update (Scott mentions that as well).
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