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Asp.NET Core 1.0 & TFS FTL

Why can’t this stuff just work?

So, I ended up recreating a significant Asp.NET Core solution as trying to upgrade from the previous RC versions just didn’t work.  Even after finally getting it to where it could build and run, I lost Intellisense on any code coming from projects built under .NET Framework.  It wasn’t so so bad, I did it in a couple of afternoons, and though I had some cleanup still remaining (it was having some issues seeing the CSS files associated with it), it was mostly good so I checked it into TFS, in order to share it among various machines, etc.

Apparently, this was a bad idea, as now it can’t build, as I get this error:

 error : Failed to make the following project runnable: XXX (.NETFramework,Version=v4.6.1) reason: Access to the path 'C:\XXX\bin\Debug\net461\win7-x64\EntityFramework.SqlServer.dll' is denied.

Apparently, I’m not the only one with this issue as there are a couple of GitHub open issues about this very thing (they were logged under RC2, but it obviously persists).  None of the suggested workarounds work for me (and didn’t for others as well).

So…I don’t know.  I had basically stopped active development for a month waiting on RTM and thought we were good, but, we are not.

Madness.  Hoping the morning brings some clarity/new ideas.

posted on Thursday, June 30, 2016 11:46 PM Print
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