I am trying to use the the Opalis QIK to create an IP. I've tried using source code from CodePlex and from the Opalis samples. Each time I compile, I run through the QIK wizard. When I select my DLL, the classes drop down is empty.
I have made sure that all my references are correct and have tried everything I can think of. I can confirmed that the tool works by opening DLL's from installed OIP's and the classes list fine. But no matter what I do, when I compile, I can't
seem to get the classes to show up. I'm sure that I'm missing something simple. Please help!
Wouldn't you know it, after several days of trying this, I stumbled upon it. My solution is on my networked personal drive and apparently, the QIK doesn't like that. I copied the solution local and recompiled it and it works fine now.
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