Can't Package Blueprint project "Visual Studio not installed"
I've been trying to package my projects, however I get this message whenever I package in Windows (32 or 64bit) saying that Visual Studio 2013 is not installed.
I haven't used Visual Studio with this project or have any intention to, why do I get this error and how do I remove it? Need this project packaged as soon as possible!
EDIT: I've already installed the latest version of Visual Studio Community, anyway to link the program?
Thanks for your help
No, I used a completely empty project when I built - No other content was added. I installed visual studio the day before this error appeared, so I assume it's somehow connected.
I tried installing previous versions, but nothing was removing this error. In the end I uninstalled both VS and 4.9, It's working now so hopefully this error won't appear again!
Thanks for your help anyway :)
answered Jan 14 '16 at 02:07 PM
In my case the reason was enabling a plugin in the Plugins tab of Unreal Editor. The plugin was C++ so it required VS for build
answered Jul 29 '17 at 07:21 AM
The visual studio compiler is used for unreal stuff. You need to install it to do advanced things, like package, it seems. You don't have to use it, it just needs to be there.
answered Jan 13 '16 at 02:48 PM
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