I recently started to develop with EpiServer CMS 6 and is trying to setup a develompent enviroment.
I'm using Visual studio 2010 and tried to run the EPiServerVsIntegration to get Visual Studio integration but it complains over that i must have EpiServer CMS and visual studio 2008 installed, i have already installed EpiServer CMS so i guess it's complaining about the vs2208 part.
How do i install CMS tools for vs2010?
Any help on http://world.episerver.com/Blogs/Paul-Smith/Dates1/2010/5/Enabling-EPiServer-CMS-6-VS-Integration-in-Visual-Studio-2010/ ?
I was kind of hoping there would be an easier way now, since that blogpost is from this spring.
The last comment made by John Walsh got me a bit puzzled, i don't quite follow what he means.
I guess i'll have to try to do it that way after all, or do you have any clarification on how to do it?
Sorry, I haven't done it myself since we are still stuck in 2008. Maybe there's a better way now too, I just remembered I had seen the blog post.
Please post back if you solve it!
I've managed to do all steps up until the very last bit of the GAC part. I must be doing something wrong when i enter the command in the prompt. do you know how the command should be written. The file name is EPiServer.VsIntegration.dll and i have saved the file directly in th root of c:
I solved it, just some stupid error in my path to the .dll
Jonas, could you do a step-by-step instruction on how you solved this? The blog-post is somewhat unclear to me.
Sorry for the late reply. I was able to solve the issue, but i did have some problems afterwards as well so i unistalled vs2010 and went with vs2008 and the reday made vsintegartion instead. I can't tell you exactly how i did solve it couse i can't remember all things i did. From what i heard there's gonna be vs2010 support in the upcoming release of CMS 6, so hopefully that will solve our problems.
Oh, that's nice! Thank you for your answer!