Trying to compile SoapBoxSnap using MS Visual Studio 2010 (Ultimate) and getting the following error:

"A project with an Output Type of Class Library cannot be started directly. In order to debug this project, add an executable project to this solution which references the library project. Set the executable project as the startup project"

To fix this, I tried setting soapbox.core.host as the startup project but I guess something else needs to be done as well.

Questions: 1. What module needs to be setup as the startup project? 2. Is there anything else that needs to be done after that project is set as the startup?

Thanks in advance!!!

asked 10 Nov '13, 18:51

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You are right to set SoapBox.Core.Host as the startup project. You also have to make sure that all the assemblies are building into the same folder (..\..\bin?). Because of the use of MEF, Visual Studio doesn't understand the dependencies, so it won't build the other projects if you just hit run. Do a rebuild all, then try running it.

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answered 11 Nov '13, 06:31

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edited 11 Nov '13, 06:37

Got it! Thanks!

Is there a design document available for this tool? I see that most of the documentation available is for users but nothing really for developers.

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answered 11 Nov '13, 21:41

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No, there isn't a design document, just the ask.soapboxsnap.com site. However, feel free to contact me if you have questions: scott at soapboxautomation.com should work.

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