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How to Build FlexLib API in Visual Studio 2022?

w1smc
w1smc Member ✭✭

I'm beginning my adventure in Visual Studio & C# and I need to get over this hurdle.

Is there a cheat sheet on how to import the FlexLib set of libraries into Visual Studio and then build them?

Steve / W1SMC

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  • Trucker
    Trucker Member ✭✭
    Answer ✓

    I'm the lazy type and just copy the FlexLib dll's from the latest SmartSDR installation on my pc to a subfolder in my project.

    I copy:

    Flexlib.dll

    Ionic.zip

    util.dll

    Vita.dll

    Then, in my project I make a reference to each one. This is easier than creating a separate project for each dill and compiling them individually. They have to be compiled in a particular order and Visual Studio will complain that you have a reference missing if you don't have them done in a certain order. Be sure you Copy the dll's and not move them. Otherwise, SmartSDR won't work.

    James

    WD5GWY

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  • w1smc
    w1smc Member ✭✭

    Thanks James ... I'll let you know how it works out ...

    Steve / W1SMC

  • w1smc
    w1smc Member ✭✭

    James,

    Your solution works great.

    I also had to add the Flex.UiWpfFramework.

    I did a build on the on the FQAPSAC project by Gary WB8ROL ... started my 6600M ... ran the code & wha-lah ... it connected to my 6600M without issue ...

    Thanks for the assistance with this.


    Steve / W1SMC

  • Trucker
    Trucker Member ✭✭

    Hi Steve, glad it worked for you. I forgot about the wpf dll. Old age is my only excuse !

    Have fun.

    James

    WD5GWY

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