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I am in need of converting a program written in c# to VB. It controls a USB HDMI-CEC enabled "bridge" to a TV/Reciever, etc. The small program (called LibCecTray) can be found here: https://github.com/Pulse-Eight/libcec/tree/master/src/LibCecTray
Please make sure you have all needed .dll's (LibCecSharp.dll, etc) for this program to work.
Other downloads can be found here:
**IMPORTANT** Please make sure you can compile and run the program above without errors BEFORE bidding on my project. Make sure 100% that you can compile and run the C# first before converting it to VB.
I consider this a small project so my max would be $30.
My development environment is Visual Studio 2010 running .net framework 4.0 on Windows 8.
All code will become the property of me.
1) I require complete and fully-functional working program(s) in executable form as well as complete source code of all work done (so that I may modify it in the future).
2) Deliverables must be in ready-to-run condition as follows (depending on the nature of the deliverables):
2b) Any website server-side deliverables must be installed by the worker in ready-to-run condition in the employer's environment.
2c) Any website server-side deliverables must be provided with complete instructions and assistance so that the employer may install them in ready-to-run condition in the employer's environment.
2d) Any website server-side deliverables must be installed as described elsewhere by the employer.
2e) If there are any server-side deliverables (intended to only exist in one place in the employer's environment) then they must be installed by the worker in ready-to-run condition (unless specified elsewhere by the employer).
2f) All other software (including but not limited to any desktop software or software the employer intends to distribute) must include a software installation package that will install the software in ready-to-run condition on the platform(s) specified in this project (unless specified elsewhere by the employer).
3) All deliverables will be considered 'work made for hire' under U.S. Copyright law. Employer will receive exclusive and complete copyrights to all work purchased.