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Supported Visual Studio Editions for Visualization & Modeling SDK

 

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The following are lists of the Visual Studio editions that are supported with Domain-Specific Language Tools in the authoring and deployment environments. For more information on these editions, see the Microsoft Visual Studio Developer Center.

To define a DSL, you must have installed the following components:

Visual Studiohttp://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=185579
Visual Studio SDKhttp://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=185580
Visual Studio Visualization and Modeling SDKhttp://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=186128

Domain-Specific Language Tools supports the following configurations for deploying the domain-specific languages that you build:

  • Visual Studio Enterprise

  • Visual Studio Professional

  • Visual Studio Shell (integrated mode) redistributable package redistributable package

  • Visual Studio Shell (isolated mode) redistributable package redistributable package

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To make a DSL able to run on a Shell product, you must set the Supported VS Edition field in the Extension Manifest. For more information, see Deploying Domain-Specific Language Solutions.

Domain-Specific Language Tools Glossary

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