is pretty good, and it's going to be accurate information. Basically, right now you'll need to open the .pyproj file directly (VS will let you Unload Project and then Edit Project File, or you can use Notepad/equivalent) and edit it
There is one trick with Python projects, which is enabling the Build step in VS. You'll notice that Web projects can be built, but non-web projects can't. This is deliberate, because it saves time for people who don't ever need to build. If your Build menu
is empty, you'll need to add the following code to your project (or a .targets file, if you're importing another one of those):
<Target Name="CoreCompile" />
<Target Name="CreateManifestResourceNames" />
These can go anywhere within the top-level
element. You may also need to modify your solution configuration (Build menu -> Configuration Manager) because VS may not have set the checkbox for your project to build. Once you've done this,
your project should build every time you hit F5.
Let us know if you have any more questions. Eventually we will document this area more formally, but right now we're interested to find out exactly what needs documenting.