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When I run the C # wrapper for a MetroUI of binding I always get DLL not found when the DLL is located in the output directory. With C + + it works. What am I doing wrong?

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It lacks the vclibs.120.00. This file must be entered manually in the app manifest. VS does this automatically for C++ projects.

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[quote="Nick FMOD":3bjezhxg]The C# wrapper needs to be compiled for a specific architecture, it won’t work with ‘Any CPU’.[/quote:3bjezhxg]

That’s not the problem. It is the VC runtime not found! I have now helped so the missing files to copy to the output folder. As a reasonable solution should be found as an installation of the redistributable runtime could not solve the problem!

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Hi Marmel,

What is the exact name of the file that cannot be found?

I’m not sure if putting the files in your package will be allowed when you submit to the application store. Have you run the app verification tool over the package?

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The C# wrapper needs to be compiled for a specific architecture, it won’t work with ‘Any CPU’.

And when you add x64 and ARM platforms to the project, you need to modify the "Conditional compilation symbols" project property (under Build section) to have WIN64 and WINARM respectively.

You can get more information about the DLL not found error by looking under the application categeory of the Windows Event Log Viewer.

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