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Visual Studio custom project wizard

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I'm currently working on a custom project wizard in VS2005 for my game engine. It's my first attempt on such a thing and it was going quite well. But I have now stumbled upon a problem. Normally, all the files that are to be copied to a wizard created project are listed in templates.inf. This will not work for me. I have a bunch of resource files (80) distributed over several sub directories, multiple levels deep. I need a way to automatically copy every file in that directory tree. I found the "Directory" class on MSDN and wrote a function that will recursivly enter every sub directory and copy the files. However, for some reason it will not work. Here is an example I found: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/07wt70x2.aspx When I try to use anything from the example code it always fails somewhere. It won't accept the "import" lines or the "for(var i : int in fileEntries)" and it complains that it doesn't know what "Directory" is, probably because I couldn't use "import". I've searched around for hours, trying to find some more info, without success. Is anyone here familiar with this project wizard thing?

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