Now that you’ve got XNA 4.0 working in VS2012, what about documentation? Sure, you could use the documentation on the MSDN website, but what if you’re one those weirdos that prefer using the local Help Viewer that comes with the IDE? Well, thanks to some work by a good friend of mine, this, too, is possible.
Visual Studio 2012 (VS2012) is out, but Microsoft hasn’t updated XNA Game Studio (XNA) to work with their latest IDE. If you’re an XNA developer eager to upgrade, this is a bit of a problem. There’s good news, though: it’s really not that difficult to get XNA 4.0 working in VS2012.