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[SOLVED] c#.net - upgrade from v.13.1.0 to v13.2.1

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    Posted: 15 December 2009 at 11:29am
A C#.net-solution is created with CodeJock components (Skinframework, Commandbars,...) with Version 13.1.0. After the installation from the CodeJock Update to version 13.2.1 in the solution there are still the old ocx used. Simple to remove the references to the old ocx and add the reference to the new ocx fails. 
 
Info: the CodeJock-ocx are used with their original names.
 
What is the solution for this problem?
   
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OS: Win 10 64 bit

Codejock Version 18.3 ActiveX

MS Visual Studio 2013 - C#

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****Note 16 Dec 2009: 

 

All you should need to do is manually delete all temp files for your project, open up the vbproj\csproj file in wordpad or some text editor and change all major and minor version numbers for codejock components to the latest. then rebuild.

 

1. Make sure you uninstall old version first.

2. Install new version.

3. Manually delete all temp files for the project (.suo, .user and bin\obj directories ).

4. Open up vbproj\csproj file in notepad and manually change all version numbers of codejock for "major" from "12" to "13" and "minor" from "1" to "2".

5. Open project, then clean, then rebuild all

 

the numbers in step 4 will vary depending on the older version he used and the new version he is installing

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