Here is a video on how can we install the OWASP O2 add-in on top of VisuaL Studio , the video can be found at:
By the way, the Visual Studio add-in is located in your local copy of OWASP O2 Platform, in the O2.Platform.Projects folder there should be a Visual Studio Project named O2.VisualStudio.AddIn . The .AddIn file can be found in the binaries folder.
Once you have installed the Add-in, you will be able to use this powerful tool on top of Visual Studio IDE.
I just set the useLegacyV2RuntimeActivationPolicy flag on the O2’s O2 Platform.exe.config file (app.config) so that it possible to load up the CefSharp dlls (which are managed C++ assemblies built targeted to 2.0) and be able to Run Chrome inside O2
Not entirely sure what is the long term effects of this, but so far so good.
Here are some references:
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