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Useable in Visuals C# .Net STandard Edition?
 
Sven Heitmann




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i'm not sure if it is the right key but i found this one

note this is the exported key/values

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\VisualStudio\7.1\Projects\{FAE04EC0-301F-11D3-BF4B-00C04F79EFBC}]
"WizardsTemplatesDir"="C:\\Programme\\Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2003\\VC#\\VC#Wizards"
"DesignerTemplatesDir"="C:\\Programme\\Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2003\\VC#\\DesignerTemplates"
"ProjectTemplatesDir"="C:\\Programme\\Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2003\\VC#\\CSharpProjects"
"PossibleProjectExtensions"="csproj"
"Package"="{FAE04EC1-301F-11D3-BF4B-00C04F79EFBC}"
"ItemTemplatesDir"="C:\\Programme\\Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2003\\VC#\\CSharpProjectItems"
"DisplayProjectFileExtensions"="#2030"
"DefaultProjectExtension"="csproj"
@="#2346"
Best regards,

Sven Heitmann
Posted 24 Aug, 2004 10:15:22 Top
Sergey Grischenko


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Sven please look for a key where DefaultProjectExtensionis is "DefaultProjectExtension"="vdproj".
Posted 24 Aug, 2004 10:22:33 Top
Sven Heitmann




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[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\VisualStudio\7.1\Projects\{54435603-DBB4-11D2-8724-00A0C9A8B90C}]
@="Visual Studio Deployment Project"
"DefaultProjectExtension"="vdproj"
"DisplayName"="#1003"
"DisplayProjectFileExtensions"="#1004"
"Package"="{77422E7F-14BC-4C83-B4CA-D21CBB9A0106}"
"PossibleProjectExtensions"="vdproj;vdp"
"ProjectTemplatesDir"="C:\\Programme\\Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2003\\Common7\\Tools\\Deployment\\Vspkgs\\..\\VsdProjects"
Best regards,

Sven Heitmann
Posted 24 Aug, 2004 10:34:46 Top
Sergey Grischenko


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Sven,

Have you got any errors when you create a new project? Does Setup project appear in your new solution?
Posted 24 Aug, 2004 10:59:02 Top
Sven Heitmann




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the setup project does appear but has errors

the project output of my addin is not added to the setup project
same with required files of curse

however the custom build actions are set correctly but give an error because the AddinExpress.MSO.dll was not found

Best regards,

Sven Heitmann
Posted 24 Aug, 2004 11:02:13 Top
Sergey Grischenko


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Sven,

Sorry our working hours are over. Tomorrow we will have a small vacation. I will be back on Thursday.
Thank you for your patience.
Posted 24 Aug, 2004 11:16:05 Top
Sven Heitmann




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my working hour is over too :)

see you at thursday
Best regards,

Sven Heitmann
Posted 24 Aug, 2004 11:21:16 Top
Sergey Grischenko


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Hi Sven,

Could you create for me a wrapper for dpplg.dll. It is a deployment library that I use in ADX to create a setup project on fly.
You can find it in <Visual Studio install path>\Common7\Tools\Deployment.

Anyway I could tell you how to create a setup project manually if you wish.
Posted 26 Aug, 2004 08:29:01 Top
Sven Heitmann




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sure i can... but i need some detailed instructions please :)

what do you mean with "wrapper"?
interop assemblies for that dll?

however... can you give some details how you changed the vsdir file to show the icon of you project wizard (vsz file) correctly?
Best regards,

Sven Heitmann
Posted 26 Aug, 2004 08:51:28 Top
Sergey Grischenko


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sure i can... but i need some detailed instructions please :)


You should find the Tlbimp.exe in Microsoft Framework SDK.
<System install folder>\Microsoft.NET\SDK\v1.1\Bin.
Enter the following command in the command line:
<System install folder>\Microsoft.NET\SDK\v1.1\Bin\tlbimp.exe <Visual Studio install path>\Common7\Tools\Deployment\dpplg.dll /out:dpplg71cs.dll /namespace:DeployPluginsLib71cs


what do you mean with "wrapper"? interop assemblies for that dll?

Yes that is right.


however... can you give some details how you changed the vsdir file to show the icon of you project wizard (vsz file) correctly?


vsdir file dosn't require changing, but it must be in the same folder with the vsz file.
Posted 26 Aug, 2004 09:28:36 Top