Registry file for registering ResXFileCodeGeneratorEx

I have provided a registry file for registering Dmytro Kryvko’s ResXFileCodeGeneratorEx in Visual Studio 2010.

When you are using a 64-bit O/S, use this one:
ResXFileCodeGeneratorEx.reg

When you are using a 32-bit Operating System, use this one:
ResXFileCodeGeneratorEx32bit.reg

Make sure you run Dmytro’s installer first, as it installs the assemblies in the correct place. All this registry hack does is make it also work in VS2010.

This can be used to get my original code working under Visual Studio 2010 from the article:
How to Enumerate Strings using Resource Files in C#

2 Responses to Registry file for registering ResXFileCodeGeneratorEx

  1. […] can find it in Tony’s blog, he has a 64 and 32 bits fix versions. This entry was written by nar, posted on March 25, 2010 at […]

  2. You wouldn’t happen to have figured out how to get this to work on Windows 8 with Visual Studio 2012. I’m running on an x86 installation (don’t ask) and have tried to use the 32 bit version having changed the version 10.0 to 11.0.

    This does create the registry entries at the places you expect them to be, but in Visual Studio 2012 I get the message that the custom tool could not be found.

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