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RE: AnkhSVN, A Subversion addin for Visual Studio .NET

From: Oxley, David <David.Oxley_at_workplace-systems.plc.uk>
Date: 2003-05-16 15:54:56 CEST

I've tried it with VS.NET 2003 on WinXP Pro. The installation works fine and
the menus appear in VS.NET, but they are greyed out. My project also has
ticks by the files.
On exiting from VS.NET and going back in, the ticks are gone and the menus
are still greyed out.


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Mats Nilsson [mailto:mats.nilsson@xware.se]
> Sent: 16 May 2003 08:41
> To: arild.fines@broadpark.no
> Cc: dev@subversion.tigris.org
> Subject: RE: AnkhSVN, A Subversion addin for Visual Studio .NET
> >
> > Currently, only VS.NET 2002 is officially supported, but we
> > are interested
> > in hearing from you if you attempt to install it under VS.NET 2003
> I tried the installation on an XP Prof. with VS.NET 2003 Final Beta. The
> installation seems to have done its job without any warnings, and the
> plug-in is registered. However, VS.NET cannot load the plug-in. It
> displays an error dialog containing the following hints:
> "
> Error Message: The specified module could not be found,
> Error number: 8007007e.
> "
> Filemon reveals that it can't find msvcp70d.dll on my system. This
> probably has to be bundled. No big deal - I copy that file from a
> different system into your installation folder. I try again and now I
> see:
> "
> System.IO.FileNotFoundException:
> File or assembly name NSvn.Core, or one of its dependencies, was not
> found.
> At Ankh.SvnContext..ctor()
> "
> and another dialog with error number 80131534.
> Filemon reveals no errors in this case. Probably an assembly
> registration issue. Not being used to .NET assembly debugging, I would
> need some hints to proceed from here.
> Mats
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