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Jacob
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Jacob asked on 20 Mar 2012, 01:09 AM
  Hi.  I'm not very experienced with .net or silverlight, but I have been using justDecompile for a project and have run into an issue that hopefully can easily be solved.  

  I put a xap file into justDecompile, which seems to load and decompile fine.  I then went to Create Project (c#), and it successfully created a visual studio project.  However, when I load the project in visual studio the project is a .net project, not a silverlight project.  I tried stuff like dropping all the files into a new silverlight project, but I get numerous compilation errors.  

  Just as a disclaimer: I am trying to recompile a silverlight client to an online game in order to make a bot (it's a real time chess game)  I have the programmer's permission.  If this product won't work I will eventually be receiving some kind of api from the developer, but I thought I'd share my feedback.  

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Kaloyan
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answered on 21 Mar 2012, 10:26 AM
Hi Jacob,

Currently the project builder creates a project file which is a little bit different from the Silverlight one. There is some property groups items that are missing from it. That's why the visual studio can't resolve the project to the Silverlight one. What you can do is to copy the missing <PropertyGroup>  from a Silverlight project.

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Kaloyan
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