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September 13, 2013, at 09:19 AM by OtherMichael - does it build? YES
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What I did, I next saw "The Windows Azure project was created by a later version of the Windows Azure Tools then the latest one installed. Please install the latest version of these tools."
Installed the latest version (which is 2013.something), re-launch solution: [@This project is associated with Windows Azure Tools - October 2012 which is not installed. You can either download the tools and reload the project or update the project to target Windows Azure tools - v2.1@]
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What I did, I next saw ''The Windows Azure project was created by a later version of the Windows Azure Tools then the latest one installed. Please install the latest version of these tools.''
Installed the latest version (which is 2013.something), re-launch solution: ''This project is associated with Windows Azure Tools - October 2012 which is not installed. You can either download the tools and reload the project or update the project to target Windows Azure tools - v2.1''
 
 
September 13, 2013, at 09:17 AM by OtherMichael -
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(:description notes on building from source:)

[[#stw4]]
!! Building STW4
On 2013.09.13 I attempted to build from the latest source @ [[http://stw.codeplex.com/SourceControl/latest]]
I was [@Browsing changes in v4 as of commit 942ded0cfdcb, Aug 09, 2013@]
The [@readme.txt@] said the following:

>>blockq<<
[=The project is structured as a Visual Studio 2010 solution (ScrewTurnWiki.sln).

In order to compile the application you can either build the solution in Visual Studio, or
follow the instructions included in the Build directory.

In either case, you'll need the following components installed on your machine:=]


- Windows Azure Tools for Visual Studio 2010 (October 2012)
 [[http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=26940]]

- SQL Server Compact 4.0.8482.1
 [[http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=17876]]
>><<

However, those tools did not work.

First, I installed the [[http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=26940|Windows Azure Tools for Visual Studio 2010 (October 2012)]] as instructed/
On launch of the [@.sln@] in Visual Studio I was met with:
[@Windows Azure Tools for Visual Studio 1.4 requires the Windows Azure SDK v1.4@]
I found and installed it.
HOWEVER, I was then met with[@\path\to\stw4\Azure\Azure.ccproj@] cannot be opened because its project type (.csproj) is not supported by this version of the application.
I believe I updated, but am not sure what I installed.
What I did, I next saw "The Windows Azure project was created by a later version of the Windows Azure Tools then the latest one installed. Please install the latest version of these tools."
Installed the latest version (which is 2013.something), re-launch solution: [@This project is associated with Windows Azure Tools - October 2012 which is not installed. You can either download the tools and reload the project or update the project to target Windows Azure tools - v2.1@]

Ultimately, I installed the following:

Windows Azure SDK Tools 1.8.1 for Visual Studio 2010 - February 2013
Windows Azure SDK

What I _do_ have installed on my system after various installs and rollbacks, and possibly from other installs not related to this issue is the following:
# Windows Azure authoring Tools - October 2012 Release
# Windows Azure Authoring tools - v2.1
# Windows Azure Emulator - v2.1
# Windows Azure Libraries for .NET - October 2012
# Windows Azure Libraries for .NET - v2.1
# Windows Azure Tools for Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 - October 2012
# Windows Azure Tools for Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 - v2.1


'''IT BUILDS'''

Mini:STW.install.Azure.project.type.png
Mini:STW.install.Azure.tools.wrong.version.png
Mini:STW.install.Azure.SDK.1.8.1.png



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