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Visual Studio C# Express - my editor scripts go in a separate editor project?

Discussion in 'Code Editors & IDEs' started by TwiiK, Mar 31, 2012.

  1. TwiiK

    TwiiK

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    I'm using Visual Studio C# Express for my scripting and so far it's been working perfectly, but when I now created an editor script and put it in the "Editor" folder it went in a separate Visual Studio project called Assembly-CSharp-Editor.csproj instead of going in my default Assembly-CSharp.csproj.

    Now I have to work in two different VS projects to do my scripting. Is it supposed to be like this or is this another limitation when using C# Express instead of the full Visual Studio?
     
  2. steego

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    It's been this way since 3.4 and is intended. I think you can create a solution in Visual Studio, and then just add the projects to the solution.
     
  3. TwiiK

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    Ok, thanks.

    Guess I'll look into this "solution" thingy then. Perhaps I'm doing everything wrong. :)

    Edit: Duh, all it took was double clicking the solution file instead of the project files. :)
     
    Last edited: Mar 31, 2012
  4. steego

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    Glad you found the solution ;)