The Visual Studio integration has changed from the CAToolBar add-in to an integrated package.
It sounds like the CAToolBar add-in didn't get properly un-installed, so I recommend that you go to the menu item Tools | Add-in Manager... and un-check the CAToolBar.connect add-in.
Since you can see the CodeAnalyst in the About box, it is integrated properly. The tool window and tool bar should show up automatically when you open a project. If you want to force the tool window to show up, you can use the menu item View | Other Windows | AMD CodeAnalyst. If you want to force the toolbar to show up, you can use the menu item View | Toolbars | AMD CodeAnalyst.
I hope this helps.
Thanks for the response. I'm still working to fix this issue. I uninstalled CA through Add and Remove programs. After restarting my computer, I verified that CA was not listed in the VS About box. Then I reinstalled (using the beta installer), and restarted again.
Now the add-in does not appear in the Add-in manager but the package is listed in the VS About box. Further, AMD CodeAnalyst does not appear under the toolbar or other windows sub-menus. Finally, a gray pane (where I presume CA would appear) appears docked next to the other VS panes (Solution Explorer, etc). When I auto-hide this pane, it collaspes to an empty tab.
Is there anything else I can try? CA works fine standalone, but I'd really like to get the integration working!
You have to open a solution before the CodeAnalyst tool window will display anything useful. For the Visual Studio integrated part, the CodeAnalyst project is tied to a Visual Studio solution.
When the Visual Studio integration was installed, it should have integrated with the Visual Studio help too, so you might be able get more ideas about how to use it from the AMD CodeAnalyst contents.