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Cannot add mod to solution using vsmodtools.


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I get the following errors:

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> add-dll OptiZoom
== Loading VintageStory ==
Searching for VS in "D:\Games\Vintage Story\" ...
VintageStory v1.12.11 detected!
Outdated VintageStory version detected. New version v1.12.14 available!
Continuing anyway ...

== Running Task ==
'OptiZoom' is not a valid modid!


> add-dll "OptiZoom"
== Loading VintageStory ==
Searching for VS in "D:\Games\Vintage Story\" ...
VintageStory v1.12.11 detected!
Outdated VintageStory version detected. New version v1.12.14 available!
Continuing anyway ...

== Running Task ==
'OptiZoom' is not a valid modid!


> add-dll 'OptiZoom'
== Loading VintageStory ==
Searching for VS in "D:\Games\Vintage Story\" ...
VintageStory v1.12.11 detected!
Outdated VintageStory version detected. New version v1.12.14 available!
Continuing anyway ...

== Running Task ==
''OptiZoom'' is not a valid modid!

After the first command failed, I asked on Discord, and received the advice that the <modid> needed to be in quotations, so tried single and double quotation marks, and neither worked. There is no information at all, on the wiki, about what a "modid" is, apart from noting that it will be the assembly name. I want OptiZoom to be my assembly name.

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I did try that, and it worked. I'm not willing to use all lower-case assembly names though, because it breaks .NET coding conventions. The wizard seems to be completely redundant anyway. It just dumps you out into a completely empty project, with no boilerplate at all. Add -> New Project to Solution would have done exactly the same thing, but without the three hours of troubleshooting a badly written third party tool.

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