It’s been a while since I’ve had to generate a new C# Rhino project from scratch but I’ve encountered a problem creating a new project.
After installing a fresh copy of Visual Studio Community 2019 and after having installed the RhinoCommon and Grasshopper templates from [ here ] when I open visual studio I can create a new Rhino 7 project via the template but the template only seems to create one file (a single rhino command file) rather than a project solution.
The behavior seems to persist regardless of the options selected when using the template.
I’m including 4 screen snaps of the problem.
What have I missed? Does vs 2019 not work for c# rhino projects?
I am the admin user and have never had this issue before. The directories are available as per normal but I appreciate the suggestion. Instead of messing around I just decided to move on and use vs22 which solved the problem.
I do have another problem though - my new project won’t debug with hot reload, to be clear hot reload works with a previous project but not the new project with the new template.
I will search on the forum to see if others have had this problem and submit a new topic if I can’t find anything.
I do not know if this was an artifact in a previous rhino c# developer template or a setting that I had introduced by mistake into a project however if anyone ends up with a hot reload error this might help you.