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2/20/2017 7:40 PM
 
How do I Compile an Existing Visual Studio 2015 project to Create a DNN Package?

I have installed the VSIX for 2015 but unable to figure out how to create the install package.

 
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I am still needing help in resolving this issue...

 
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3/18/2017 3:30 PM
 
are you talking about a custom module you created? did you follow the module templates from Christoc - it should contain necessary build scripts.

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