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Mimer Provider Manager Compile problem

Mimer Provider Manager Compile problem

Mimer Provider Manager Compile problem


Has any one been able to compile the Mimer Provider Manager from teh Sourcecode provided by Mimer? I am having troubles compiling the Mpmdata.TemplatePlugin project. It cannot find the Namespace TemplateNamespace.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.


RE: Mimer Provider Manager Compile problem


Even though this is the wrong forum for Mimer Provider Manager (there are forums and mailing lists at the Sourceforge project  at http://sourceforge.net/projects/mimerpm), what version of Mpm are you trying to build? What version of Visual Studio and .NET framework are you using?


RE: Mimer Provider Manager Compile problem

Hello Fredrik,

Thank you for responding. I apologize, but I was not sure where to start. And thought this would be a good place as any hoping some one would point me in the correct direction.

I am using the Mimer 2.0.2 version of Source code I downloaded from the Mimer site. I am using it on Windows XP Visual Studio 2005 .Net (Framework 2.0) environment.
Initially I had troubles with the preprocessor statements in the TemplatePlugin project.
// #elsif...
once I changed them to
#elif and removed the commenting marks on the rest 380 #if #elif s I was able to proceed.
Then It complained about Namespace 'TemplateNamespace'
I am stuck at this point and cannot proceed.

I would really appreciate your help.

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