FrancescoT wrote:Dear Ray,
#1 Static dependency scan has been already added to our "future features to-do list" ... but currently, I am not able to anticipate when it will be.
#2 If you chosen the correct Exe to scan ... it should work correctly (I just tried with an Exe file).
Have you followed the required steps as described in IA documentation?
1. Ok, that's excellent that the dependency scan is on the to-do list.
2. Yes, I believe I have done all the steps... 1) I check the filter by feature and select "Feature Independent", 2) Click the SCAN button and select the EXE. 3) the EXE runs and I do a bunch of operations. 4) I click the "OK" button on the dialog with the EXE still running and nothing happens. No dependencies seem to be found... that is no message pops up that anything was (or wasn't) found. And of course no dependencies are added to my installation project yet I know the EXE references a number of .Net DLLs in the same directory as the EXE.
Did I forget a step?