I have been reading a few tutorials about XNA and have been following them and everything is just fine. Except in one of the tutorials they reference Microsoft.Xna.Framework.Content.Pipeline.Serialization.Intermediate. I cant seem to figure out how to do that. I remember even having trouble in XNA doing that. Does anyone have any suggestions?
That namespace doesn’t seem to exist in MonoGame, as I’m sure you’ve noticed. I’m not sure what the tutorial you’re reading was trying to do, but if you want to learn how to use MonoGame’s content pipeline, start here.
The first step is removing all Microsoft.Xna.Framework.XXX references and replacing them with references to MonoGame.Framework and MonoGame.Framework.Content.Pipeline. This is required as you will no longer be building against Microsoft XNA.
Yet MonoGame.Framework.Content.Pipline doesnt exist either. The more I use Monogame the less it actually seems like XNA. Dont understand
Fairly certain I used the installer. And i looked around everywhere on my computer but never could find MonoGame.Framework.*** anything. I only seem to have MonoGame.Framework and a bunch of Sharpx things.
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I only seem to have MonoGame.Framework and a bunch of Sharpx things.
[/quote]Without MonoGame.Framework.Content.Pipeline.dll, the content build pipeline would not work (the Pipeline GUI and MGCB.exe). I believe it is in C:\Program Files (x86)\MSBuild\MonoGame<version>\Tools.