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Hello Moderator,

I have found a problem with the BREW add-in for .net while working with the BREW 2.1.3 or above.

I have tried the Brew Add-in for the .Net. and found that it is not updated to be compatible with the Brew SDK tool suits.

As of now when we try to run the Mif editor or Resource editor from the add-in it searches the corresponding executable in the BREWDIR directory and it runs the corresponding utility.

But when we use the BREWDIR 2.1.3 or above we only have the BREW_Emulator.exe in it and for the Resource editor and mif editor we use it from the "BREW SDK Tools X.X.X\MIFEditor\Brew_mif.exe" and "BREW SDK Tools X.X.X\ResourceEditor\BREW_RES.exe"

So with the current release of the add-in for the .Net it fails to open the mif editor and resource editor while using BREW 2.1.3 or above.

Please look in to the matter and provide the solution.

Thanks,
Lalit

Hi, based on your post I would like to know if you are using the addins on MS Visual Studio .net 2003 or .net 2005 and where you installed your sdk because you can move the current addins from 2003 to 2005, which could cause your problem.
As long as the BREW 3.1.5 SDK and the BREW SDK Tools 1.0.1 were installed in the same location, (i.e C:\Program Files\) they should work fine. The BREW Simulator program is located in BREW x.x.x\sdk\bin\ and the tool programs are located in BREW SDK TOOLS 1.0.1 in their respective sub-directories. The add-ins won't work if you've changed the installation location of the SDK. Could you be more specific about your setup please?

Hi, based on your post I would like to know if you are using the addins on MS Visual Studio .net 2003 or .net 2005 and where you installed your sdk because you can move the current addins from 2003 to 2005, which could cause your problem.
As long as the BREW 3.1.5 SDK and the BREW SDK Tools 1.0.1 were installed in the same location, (i.e C:\Program Files\) they should work fine. The BREW Simulator program is located in BREW x.x.x\sdk\bin\ and the tool programs are located in BREW SDK TOOLS 1.0.1 in their respective sub-directories. The add-ins won't work if you've changed the installation location of the SDK. Could you be more specific about your setup please?

Hi again Lalit;
I'm sorry if I caused confusion with my last post. The documentation in BREW SDKTools 1.0.1\docs\BREWVisualStudioAddins.chm should address your problem. It says the BREW directory used is the latest installed version of the SDK.

Hi again Lalit;
I'm sorry if I caused confusion with my last post. The documentation in BREW SDKTools 1.0.1\docs\BREWVisualStudioAddins.chm should address your problem. It says the BREW directory used is the latest installed version of the SDK.

Hello Mr. Don :cool:
The addin perfectly works when I set the BREWDIR to any of the version in which mif-editor, simulator and the resource editor are in the same "bin" folder. like for example "C:\Program Files\BREW SDK v2.0.1\Bin" and I think document also says the same, if I am not wrong.
But in case of the BREW 2.1.3 and above we have to use the separate SDK tool suit as we have only simulator file in the sdk bin.
like in my case I am using the Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2003 with
"C:\Program Files\BREW 2.1.3"
and "C:\Program Files\BREW SDK Tools 1.0.1"
These are the default folders when I installed them.
If its working properly in you case let me know the additonal setting which you have done to work with it.
Regards,
Lalitkumar

Hello Mr. Don :cool:
The addin perfectly works when I set the BREWDIR to any of the version in which mif-editor, simulator and the resource editor are in the same "bin" folder. like for example "C:\Program Files\BREW SDK v2.0.1\Bin" and I think document also says the same, if I am not wrong.
But in case of the BREW 2.1.3 and above we have to use the separate SDK tool suit as we have only simulator file in the sdk bin.
like in my case I am using the Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2003 with
"C:\Program Files\BREW 2.1.3"
and "C:\Program Files\BREW SDK Tools 1.0.1"
These are the default folders when I installed them.
If its working properly in you case let me know the additonal setting which you have done to work with it.
Regards,
Lalitkumar

Hello again Lalit;
Try re-installing the BREW 2.1.3 SDK and be sure to select the “Set / Update the BREW Directory Environment Variable (RECOMMENDED)” radio button on the last page of the installer. I think you installed it using the “Do Not update the BREWDIR Environment” radio button after installing it.
Now, if you want to keep using BREW SDK v2.1.0, the add-ins won’t work as you already know because they are “pointing” to the Tools 1.0.1 folder. So – I put shortcuts on my desktop to use v2.1.0 like this:
In Windows Explorer, navigate to C:\Program Files\BREW SDK v2.1.0\Bin\BREW_MIF.exe
Right click and select Send To then Desktop (create shortcut)
Do the same for C:\Program Files\BREW SDK v2.1.0\Bin\BREW_RES.exe and BREW_Emulator.exe
Then use the desktop shortcuts instead of the add-ins when working with v2.1.0. I hope this works for you

Hello again Lalit;
Try re-installing the BREW 2.1.3 SDK and be sure to select the “Set / Update the BREW Directory Environment Variable (RECOMMENDED)” radio button on the last page of the installer. I think you installed it using the “Do Not update the BREWDIR Environment” radio button after installing it.
Now, if you want to keep using BREW SDK v2.1.0, the add-ins won’t work as you already know because they are “pointing” to the Tools 1.0.1 folder. So – I put shortcuts on my desktop to use v2.1.0 like this:
In Windows Explorer, navigate to C:\Program Files\BREW SDK v2.1.0\Bin\BREW_MIF.exe
Right click and select Send To then Desktop (create shortcut)
Do the same for C:\Program Files\BREW SDK v2.1.0\Bin\BREW_RES.exe and BREW_Emulator.exe
Then use the desktop shortcuts instead of the add-ins when working with v2.1.0. I hope this works for you