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Cannot find wrapper assembly for type library "EnvDTE100". RRS feed

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  • Hi All,

    Many years ago, I developed a set of macro functions for Visual Studio (VS2005).
    It utilized the EnvDTE object.

    When Microsoft did away with macros, I was pi$$ed.

    I managed to figure out how to get my macro functions into an Add-in.

    When Microsoft did away with Add-ins, I was pi$$ed x 3.

    I managed to figure out how to get my functions from the Add-in into a library,
    then call into that library from a VSIX extension.

    Recently, I tried to change a function within the library, then rebuild it.

    It has failed to build. I do not get any errors, but I have warnings:

    Warning
    IDE0006	Error encountered while loading the project.
    Some project features, such as full solution analysis for the failed project
    and projects that depend on it, have been disabled.
    
    Warning
    Cannot find wrapper assembly for type library "EnvDTE100".
    Verify that (1) the COM component is registered correctly
    and (2) your target platform is the same as the bitness of the COM component.
    For example, if the COM component is 32-bit, your target platform must not be 64-bit.
    
    Warning
    Cannot find wrapper assembly for type library "EnvDTE90".
    Verify that (1) the COM component is registered correctly
    and (2) your target platform is the same as the bitness of the COM component.
    For example, if the COM component is 32-bit, your target platform must not be 64-bit.
    
    Warning
    Cannot find wrapper assembly for type library "EnvDTE80".
    Verify that (1) the COM component is registered correctly
    and (2) your target platform is the same as the bitness of the COM component.
    For example, if the COM component is 32-bit, your target platform must not be 64-bit.
    
    Warning
    Cannot find wrapper assembly for type library "EnvDTE".
    Verify that (1) the COM component is registered correctly
    and (2) your target platform is the same as the bitness of the COM component.
    For example, if the COM component is 32-bit, your target platform must not be 64-bit.
    
    

    This is Visual Studio Community 2017 version 15.9.2 on an up-to-date Windows 10 system.

    Can someone PLEASE tell me how to fix this?

    THANK YOU!



    Wally

    Monday, December 17, 2018 3:05 AM

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