To use the toolkit, an appropriate version of the Microsoft .NET Framework must be installed.
Mascot Parser C# toolkit has been built using the Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0 and tested with the .NET Framework 4.5. If not already installed, the .NET 4.5 Framework can be downloaded from http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=30653.
You may also need to install the Microsoft Visual C++ 2012 Redistributable Package. To check if you need this:
msparsercs.dllin the program.
depends.exereports that the dependent
MSVCP110.dllare missing, download and install the Visual C++ 2012 redistributable package.
You can download the correct files from Microsoft Download Center:
|Missing file||Packages for 32-bit and 64-bit Windows|
|Microsoft Visual C++ 2012 Update 4 Redistributable Package |
In order to access the Mascot Parser C# toolkit in a C# project in Visual Studio 2012 or later, you must add a reference to
matrix_science.msparser.dll to your project. To do this, right click over your project and click on
Reference... in the context menu. In the window that opens, select the
Browse option and then browse to, and select, the
To use Mascot Parser, both
msparsercs.dll must be accessible by your program.
To avoid any possible conflict, it is strongly recommended that you do not install these DLLs in the
system32 directory, but just put them in your application directory.
It is possible to compile the Windows C# examples from the command line rather than creating a project. The C# compiler is called
csc.exe, which you must ensure is on your system path before trying to build the example files. You can do this by opening a
Developer command prompt, either from the
Visual Studio->Visual Studio Tools folder of your Start menu, or you may had an entry on your Start menu for the installed .NET Framework.
For example, the following would compile
c:\>csc.exe /r:matrix_science.msparser.dll config_mascotdat.cs
All of the examples in the example_csharp directory can all be built from the command line using the
build_all.cmd command. Make sure that the C# compiler is on the system path when running
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