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Workaround: Failed to make the following project runnable: Asp.NET Core 1.0

This isn’t great by any stretch, but this works for me on the 1 of 3 machines that I have this issue:

Check out the entire solution for edit.

Delete the \bin and \obj folders from the web site.

You should now be able to build at will.

You’ll need to repeat whenever you check something in.

I know, this sucks.

posted on Sunday, July 03, 2016 5:55 PM Print
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# re: Workaround: Failed to make the following project runnable: Asp.NET Core 1.0
Dominique
7/19/2016 11:28 AM
Please see my response on how to possibly fix that.

Works well for me

http://stackoverflow.com/a/38463706/595624
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# re: Workaround: Failed to make the following project runnable: Asp.NET Core 1.0
jdn
7/19/2016 12:23 PM
Unfortunately, that doesn't work for me. I still get the error on the produced <sitename>.exe.config, it must happen after that step somehow (it is still marked as read-only)
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# re: Workaround: Failed to make the following project runnable: Asp.NET Core 1.0
jdn
7/19/2016 12:27 PM
Hmm. If I combine your postcompile step with just checking out the app.config and the project.fragment.lock.json file, then i don't have to do other things to get it to build.

I'll just have to remember to keep them checked out as I go along, so still not fantastic, but better than checking out the entire project.

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