C++Test, no project import in Visual Studio plugin
I just installed VS 2017 and the C++Test plugin for visual studio. There appears to be some basic installation issues.
- The new Visual Studio launcher to enable C++Test does not appear in my Start Menu
- Visual Studio does display the ParaSoft menu
- New/Project.../Import Keil Project is missing. Actually all of the C++Test Project options are missing
FYI, previously I had the standalone C++Test installed. I uninstalled the standalone version and Visual Studio 2019. Then installed Visual Studio 2017 and C++Test VS Plugin
Thank you for your help.
Hi @ajcurtis ,
If this is Visual Studio 2017, you may need to install additional Visual Studio components In particular, the following Visual Studio Workloads are required to be installed with Visual Studio 2017:
- Desktop development with C++
- Universal Windows Platform development or .NET desktop development
You may need to disable VS project caching as well.
See the following links for more information:
I hope this helps.0
Is Visual Studio 2019 supported?0
Visual Studio 2019 integration is not available at the moment. We are working on a plugin for Visual Studio 2019.0
Thank you for the response.
I uninstalled C++Test and attempted to install again. It says that it completed the command short cuts to launch Visual Studio are missing. Here is my Visual Studio 2017 configuration. Same behavior as before.0
Ok, I went through this exercise one more time. This time I chose "alternate configuration" option. This time the launch short cuts were created. However the options to import Keil projects is still missing.
Going back to the standalone C++test installation.0