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Which version of VS2008 are you trying to compile it against? It should compile correctly against VS2008 Beta 2 ss long as you follow the instructions at https://sourceforge.net/forum/message.php?msg_id=4590202
It looks like some of the methods used in the VS2005 version are not existing in the latest 2008 version.
As an example check out this link for ShapeGeometry: http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/microsoft.visualstudio.modeling.diagrams.shapegeometry(VS.90).aspx
So some methods will need to be revised to accomidate these ...
OK, I tried to build manually and I must have screwed up somewhere.... Here is the full log, but it seems some files were either missing or were not included with the projects...
Any way to uninstall and try again?
Here is the build log if it helps...
Build started 10/30/2007 ...
thanks again. I will try.
Thanks for the added info. I was wondering about the DSL tools in VS 2008, but I had forgotten to ask specifically about these.
My take on SilverLight 1.0 and 1.1 is that 1.0 is out there now as more of a way for web developers to get started with the technology, but that the really interesting stuff will happen when 1.1 is ...
The .NET Framework 3.5 will definitely be ready at the same time as (if not prior to) VS2008 being ready; it is a hard dependency of VS2008, without which VS2008 can't even run.
Although the ''launch event'' for Visual Studio 2008 is February 27, 2008, the actual RTM and release will almost certainly be before the end of this year. ...
I did hear that one significant feature of VS 2008, is the ability to use versions 2.0, 3.0 or 3.5 of the .Net framework, side by side. That should help versioning the tool somewhat. The framework to use is selectable at the time of project type selection. I asked, and it seems pretty much set that the 3.5 framework will be ...
Just to add that it's been the ''Standard or above'' editions of Visual studio that have been (and I'm guessing still are) required. From the team, I recall that the fact that the Express Edition did not allow for the DSL custom tools required by nORMa at this time.
You may have also seen that the team plans to support VS 2008 (due ...
We are still working on our final plan for how to deal with some of the versioning and side-by-side issues posed by supporting multiple versions of Visual Studio. We are also waiting for the availability of the redistributable installer for Visual Studio Shell, so that we can determine what components will be included in it. Because of this, we ...
Yes. The only other dependencies that NORMA has are on DSL Tools and PLiX, both of which our setup package will install if necessary.