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Current Situation

I have created Custom Project template with attach wizard which will ask the user for some options and it will generate some code (for instance: INIT method, some objects initialization).I have deployed this throw the VSIX Project and everything is fine.

The Goal

I have also an empty Basic Project System VS package. So My question is: How to import the template and the wizard into the package. Because I want to be able to update the pakage later on with menu items etc.

Problems

There is little info on the net about how to create and extend VS Package. I followed this tutorial http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-US/library/cc512961%28v=vs.100%29.aspx. But there I have created a Project template which is basic and since I dont know how to extended I think it will be a lot easier to import an already created Project template with a wizard.

In Other Words

I want my final product to be just as same as C++ win32 console application (which appear in the c++ section. When clicked - wizard support the user for generating a new project with his preferences ) but for C# as well.

Extra Info

I red that Add ins are depricated in the newer version of VS as well as Macros. Therefore I chose VS Package Project System(more extensible than custom templates).I saw some explanation about A Project SubType(a.k.a ProjectFlavor - let you customize or flavor the behavior of the project systems of Visual Studio. ) but I didnt found any tutorials or samples except Managed Package Framework for Projects(it's too complex for me ).
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Updated 16-Oct-14 22:29pm
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BillWoodruff 16-Oct-14 7:57am
   
Why not use the MSDN forum for people writing VS extensions; this is a very specialized area.

https://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/vstudio/en-US/home?forum=vsx
Vladimir Saleh 17-Oct-14 4:29am
   
Because I do not have acces to my email when I am at work
Richard MacCutchan 17-Oct-14 4:36am
   
You don't need email to use Microsoft's forums. I have used them in the past and found them to be very responsive.

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