The default Visual Studio settings will generate a processor architecture mismatch warning when compiling a Revit 2014 or 2015 add-in.
Last year, I implemented a utility named DisableMismatchWarning.exe to recursively disable this warning in all projects in all subfolders of the current directory.
Now I just happened to receive a new sample add-in project from a developer for testing that was not recognised by this utility, so I implemented an update for it.
Before getting to that, let me share some pictures from our full moon fire last night by my friend Anja:
The Moon Cloud Bed
To process the new Visual Studio project file I received, I simply added support for additional Import tags in the first few lines.
This should work fine for both C# and VB projects.
The updated version is available from the DisableMismatchWarning GitHub repository.