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Default VSProject need absolute path to the references

Hi i'm creating add-in in order to create a dependency report for the entire solution. From my understanding, when you import a COM object ( ocx or dll) it creates a wrapper around the COM object and it names the wrapper Interop.<filename>.dll regardless if its a ocx or dll. I am using the DTE and VSproject objects to access the references collection for each project in the solution within my add-in . My problem is, the reference collection is pointing the wrapper local copies. I wish to display the absolute original path of the reference. Basically instead of getting the wrapper Interop.filename.dll i want it to have the original filename.ocx or filename.dll

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