How to Import a PSoC Creator Component Customizer into Visual Studio
Description: In Creator, import a component with a gui that you want to change. This copies the source files to a directory that is local to your project.
In Visual Studio, create a solution targeting the .NET 2.0 framework.
In Visual Studio, add to your project's references: cydstoolkit.dll and cydextensions.dll as well as the Drawing and Forms assemblies.
Change the default namespace of your Visual Studio project to be the same as your component name.
One-at-a-time, "add as link" the existing files from your Creator Component's Custom folder. DO NOT ADD *.designer.cs FILES.
Add the PublicResXFileCodeGenerator to Resources.resx Custom Tool file property. Right click on Resources.resx and run the tool.
Double check that all files have a namespace that is the same as the component name.
The project should now build, and you should be able to edit the Customizer using Visual Studio's designer, and the changes should apply within Creator.
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