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Missing dependency for ACT.UI?

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Copper Contributor
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Missing dependency for ACT.UI?

Hi All;

 

When I try to compile a 32 bit Windows forms app in VS 2010 that shows no errors or warnings in the code it fails to compile.  One of the suspects is:

Required by "Act.UI, Version=12.1.181.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=ebf6b2ff4d0a08aa, processorArchitecture=MSIL". (TaskId:6)      This reference is not "CopyLocal" because it's registered in the GAC. (TaskId:6)  Dependency "antlr.runtime, Version=2.7.6.2, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=1790ba318ebc5d56". (TaskId:6)      Could not resolve this reference. Could not locate the assembly "antlr.runtime, Version=2.7.6.2, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=1790ba318ebc5d56". Check to make sure the assembly exists on disk. If this reference is required by your code, you may get compilation errors. (TaskId:6)          For SearchPath "{TargetFrameworkDirectory}". (TaskId:6) 

I've searched the drive and it's not there.  Any ideas?
 


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Accepted by topic author OldNewbie
‎09-25-2015 03:20 AM
Copper Contributor
Posts: 12
Country: USA

Re: Missing dependency for ACT.UI?

The issue appears to be related to the fact that VS 2010 uses .NET Framework 4.0 as the default, rather than 2.0, which is what the ACT! Framework uses. After completely rebuilding the app with 2.0, it appears to be behaving - trying to just change the framework generated the maximum number of errors.

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Accepted by topic author OldNewbie
‎09-25-2015 03:20 AM
Copper Contributor
Posts: 12
Country: USA

Re: Missing dependency for ACT.UI?

The issue appears to be related to the fact that VS 2010 uses .NET Framework 4.0 as the default, rather than 2.0, which is what the ACT! Framework uses. After completely rebuilding the app with 2.0, it appears to be behaving - trying to just change the framework generated the maximum number of errors.