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Visual Studio update 1 year 1 week ago #1

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Hi All,

After upgrading VS 2017 Comunity to version 15.6.1, an error was found.
After opening the project, the first Build is OK, and if I do not make any changes to the project and rebuild it, the VS will remain in a state that it can not run again. VS can not close, switch project or load another project. VS will see this vote. "The build must be stoped before can be closed". In colum Build is enabled only "Run conde anal...." or "Cancel". Click on Cancel has no effect.
But you can save the content from editor.
I use X# version 1.1.2.0
In C# VS work OK.

Juraj
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Visual Studio update 1 year 1 week ago #2

Juraj,

I am sorry to hear this.
The fact that the menu options are disabled means that VS thinks that the build it not over yet. Maybe you can kill the XSCompiler.exe background process ?
Or one of the (many) MsBuild background processes ?
I will look into this asap.

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Visual Studio update 1 year 1 week ago #3

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Hi Robert,

if I close the XSCompilere in the Task manager, the Visual studio does not make the most changes,
build menu an Project menu are disabled.

Juraj

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Visual Studio update 1 year 1 week ago #4

Hello Juraj,

Did it work before 15.6.1? You should be able to undo the upgrade of VS. I've seen more than once that running a VS upgrade (or any upgrade, mainly when coming from Microsoft) causes problems so my policy is to postpone upgrades as long as possible, including W10 upgrades. This serves me well as it brings down problem solving time per year considerably. In general for every step forward a Microsoft upgrades goes one step back elsewhere.

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Visual Studio update 1 year 1 week ago #5

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Hi Dick

yes, Visual Studio 15.6.0 work OK, error occurred after the update to version 15.6.1.
I can not go back VS to the previous version. I am currently using 2015 which works well.

Juraj

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Visual Studio update 1 year 1 week ago #6

Juraj,

I know that you can't uninstall VS updates and neither can you download a specific version.
We (as 3rd party developers) have asked Ms to make that possible but it is not possible yet.
We are looking at the issue and will let you know if and when we have a solution.

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Visual Studio update 1 year 1 week ago #7

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Hi Robert,

Thank you for the info, I have installed VS2015, I can without omission or limitation to continue working. I'm looking at your information

Juraj

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Visual Studio update 1 year 1 week ago #8

Hello Juraj,

I can not go back VS to the previous version. I am currently using 2015 which works well.


That's true indeed. One of the other reasons I am reluctant to update often; my last update for Visual Studio 2017 was January 29, 2018 ;version 15.5.6.

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Visual Studio update 1 year 6 days ago #9

I just want to say I'm having the same problem as well. I'm using VS 2017. My version is 15.6.2. Yesterday, after I ran the update, every time I run my application (crash or no crash), I cannot re-run my application or stop the build. I can't even shutdown VS unless I kill it from the Task Manager. Once I restart VS, everything is normal again until I run the application.

As far I can tell this is not an issue with C#, but I am using a very small project to test.

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Visual Studio update 1 year 5 days ago #10

Boonnam, Juraj,

I have been able to reproduce the problem and I will upload a fix to the server later tonight.
There has been a change in MsBuild and this change causes an incomplete messageEvent object to be send to our "BuildLogger", the component that translates messages and errors and shows them on the Output window and the ErrorList.
I will let you know when the fix is online.

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Visual Studio update 1 year 5 days ago #11

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Hi Robert,

Good news for everyone using VS2017. Great work of the development team. I'm glad my testing also helped to improve XSharp.

Juraj

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Visual Studio update 1 year 5 days ago #12

Juraj, Boonnam

The file is on the server. Please follow the instructions in the ZIP and let me know if this solves your problem.

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Visual Studio update 1 year 5 days ago #13

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Hi Robert,

after repair according to your instructions VS2017 works correctly. Super!!!!!!

Juraj

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Visual Studio update 1 year 4 days ago #14

Unfortunately, this update didn't resolve my issue. After I followed the instructions in the readme.txt, when I tried to load my projects, VS marked all my XSharp projects as "incompatible", and all the files in the projects were not loaded. I panicked. I uninstall and re-install XSharp. Still same issue. I uninstall and re-install VS 2017 and then install XSharp v1.1.2. I still see the same "incompatible" when I tried to open my solution. I right-click on each project, and click on "Reload project". All my projects are loaded. I should have done this instead of uninstalling VS 2017. By now I have XSharp version 1.1.2 installed. So I re-applied this fix again. I was able to load my project and ran it. But when I tried to run it again, the build hung as before.

Thinking I must have done something wrong, I uninstall and re-install XSharp v1.1.2 and re-apply the this fix again. This time I am not able to load my project at all. When I click on "Reload project", a popup came up, which I attached.

I am currently back to XSharp v1.1.2. For now I will close VS after I run my application.

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Visual Studio update 1 year 4 days ago #15

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Hi Boonnam

same problem I had. This is because the previous error has corupted the file .suo, which contains information about the VS settings in the given project. This file is located in the hidden .vs directory. (in a given project) Just delete the contents of .vs directory. The project is loaded OK, just reset some visual VS settings.

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