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VSIX installer for VS2019 #3910

fabriciomurta opened this Issue Apr 12, 2019 · 1 comment


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fabriciomurta commented Apr 12, 2019

Bridge VSIX package support for VS2019.

Steps To Reproduce

Try to install the current Bridge VSIX package in a VS2019 installation.

From Gallery

  1. Open VS2019
  2. Switch to interface with no code (choose "continue without code", lower-right in the welcome dialog
  3. Got to Extensions > Manage Extensions
  4. Choose "online" in the left pane
  5. Filter for "bridge" in the top-right search input

From downloaded file

  1. Open
  2. Download the Bridge.NET.17.7.0.vsix file
  3. Try to install it

Expected Result

From Gallery

Bridge package is listed and can be installed.

From downloaded file

Upon opening the downloaded file, VS2019 (Pro, Enterprise, Community) is listed in the dialog.

Actual Result

From Gallery

The Bridge project is not listed at all.

From downloaded file

The VS2019 entry is grayed out or not listed (other/older versions of Visual Studio should be listed if present and Bridge extension is not installed on them).

@fabriciomurta fabriciomurta added this to the 17.8.0 milestone Apr 12, 2019

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fabriciomurta commented Apr 12, 2019

A new Bridge VSIX package is available to test:


Double-click the .vsix file to run. Compatible target IDEs should be listed, including Visual Studio 2019, if you have VS 2019 installed. Accept and the new Bridge extension will be installed.

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