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Referenced assembly problem

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Joe
I'm trying to build a number of projects which depend on other projects
from other solutions. All projects output class libraries. After each
project is build I install them in the GAC. The problem I get is when I
build a project that references one of these libraries. VS doesn't find the
library which I guess is because it's not installed in the toolbox.

This is an auto build process on a non development machine. Is there
something I need to set or do after the build to get it to install in the
toolbox or just make VS aware of the libraries locations?

-Joe
Mar 31 '06 #1
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Joe
Found the problem. It was the reference path in the csproj.user file.

-Joe

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I'm trying to build a number of projects which depend on other projects
from other solutions. All projects output class libraries. After each
project is build I install them in the GAC. The problem I get is when I
build a project that references one of these libraries. VS doesn't find
the library which I guess is because it's not installed in the toolbox.

This is an auto build process on a non development machine. Is there
something I need to set or do after the build to get it to install in the
toolbox or just make VS aware of the libraries locations?

-Joe

Mar 31 '06 #2

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