[IronPython] Can't install IronPython Tools for Visual Studio

Lukáš Duběda loocas at duber.cz
Sun May 2 23:58:36 CEST 2010

Now it seems to be working!

Thank you very much, Dino, I appretiate your support.

Keep the good work up, guys! Thanks again.

Lukáš Duběda
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Dino Viehland wrote:
> Lukáš Duběda wrote:
>> Ok, I'm a little lost here.
>> I previously installed the C# Visual Studio Express
>> version. Then I installed the Visual Studio Isolated
>> Shell and since I have no previous experience with VS,
>> how do I make the IPy tools extension to install via
>> the Isolated Shell? And also, how the hell do I run the
>> isolated shell if I installed VS previously?
>> Thanks a lot for any help!
> I'm not sure the isolated shell is the best recommendation.
> The purpose of the isolated shell is to run w/ it's own set
> of packages which are isolated from the rest of your normal
> VS installation.  The integrated shell on the other hand runs
> with all available VS packages.  Our walkthrough file recommends
> the integrated shell and that download is here:
> http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=8e5aa7b6-8436-43f0-b778-00c3bca733d3&displaylang=en
> But either way when you click to install the VSIX it generally
> tells you what VS it's going to get installed to.  You can also
> figure out where it got installed to after the fact by looking
> in look in %LOCALAPPDATA%\Microsoft\VisualStudio. There you'll see
> a set of directories which correspond to VS installations (e.g.
> 10.0 for the shared location and maybe there'll be one for the 
> isolated shell there as well).  Below there will be an 
> Extensions\Microsoft\IronPython Tools for Visual Studio 
> directory.
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