I just got the new OS yesterday and it's already making me want to rip my hair out!
to start debugging; the add-in manifest is automatically copied to the proper location, Revit is launched in the Visual Studio debugger, and your shiny new add-in is immediately available in the external tools menu.
Although 2008 and below version provide an automatic function to convert Vb6 code to framework.
But the problem starts after the conversion, it Skips some code, add function/variables on its own, or modify the functional behavior on its own, with it the will be created with error and you will not be able to open it anywhere as solution file. If you want to open the VB6 code try Visual Basic 6.0 Portable edition.
One thing it adds which I haven't described, is the list of features that are available depending on your version of Visual Studio/TFS.
If you're having issues connecting after updating, it might be required to clear your local client cache to clear up certain issues like this one. If you also want to install the Team Foundation Server Power tools to match your Visual Studio/TFS version, check out this separate post.
You can see it in action in this two-and-a-half-minute Revit 2018 C# and VB .
NET Option 010 - a test and measurement application that provides T&M utilities to speed up writing test programs in Visual Studio . NET W1131A Keysight T&M Programmers Toolkit for Visual Studio .The exact locations to install the wizards for Visual Studio are language dependent. copy "%F%" "%D%\Visual C#" set "F=%TEMP%\Revit2018Addin Wizard Vb0.zip" echo Creating VB wizard archive %F%... echo Copying VB wizard archive to %D%\Visual Basic...You install them by simply copying the zip file of your choice – for C#, VB, or both – to the appropriate Visual Studio project template folder in your local file system: $ cp Revit2018Addin Wizard Cs0\ "/v/C/Users/tammikj/Documents/Visual Studio \ 2015/Templates/Project Templates/Visual C#/" $ cp Revit2018Addin Wizard Vb0\ "/v/C/Users/tammikj/Documents/Visual Studio \ 2015/Templates/Project Templates/Visual Basic/" @echo off if exist cs (goto okcs) else (echo "No cs folder found." && goto exit) :okcs if exist vb (goto okvb) else (echo "No vb folder found." && goto exit) :okvb set "D=C:\Users\%USERNAME%\Documents\Visual Studio 2015\Templates\Project Templates" set "F=%TEMP%\Revit2018Addin Wizard Cs0.zip" echo Creating C# wizard archive %F%... copy "%F%" "%D%\Visual Basic" :exit Creating C# wizard archive C:\Users\tammikj\App Data\Local\Temp\Revit2018Addin Wizard Cs0..updating: (deflated 54%) updating: (deflated 59%) updating: Properties/ (stored 0%) updating: Properties/Assembly (deflated 56%) updating: Register Addin.addin (deflated 66%) updating: Template (deflated 67%) updating: Template Revit Cs.csproj (deflated 69%) updating: Template Revit Cs.(deflated 30%) updating: Template Revit Cs.vstemplate (deflated 65%) Copying C# wizard archive to C:\Users\tammikj\Documents\Visual Studio 2015\Templates\Project Templates\Visual C#... Creating VB wizard archive C:\Users\tammikj\App Data\Local\Temp\Revit2018Addin Wizard Vb0..updating: Adsk (deflated 68%) updating: Adsk (deflated 58%) updating: My Project/ (stored 0%) updating: My Project/Assembly (deflated 54%) updating: Register Addin.addin (deflated 66%) updating: Template (deflated 67%) updating: Template Revit Vb.vbproj (deflated 72%) updating: Template Revit Vb.vstemplate (deflated 62%) Copying VB wizard archive to C:\Users\tammikj\Documents\Visual Studio 2015\Templates\Project Templates\Visual Basic...