In a perfect world, packages are added via NuGet for all the sorts of reasons that make NuGet great. I noticed that this behavior occurs only with vb.net assembly, other assembly based on C# work perfectly. It means your solution root ends up looking like this one from my Hack Yourself First website: Now I say “a perfect world” – not everything is in NuGet. Once VS2010 was restarted the issues with the designer disappeared. http://webinweb.net/visual-studio/visual-studio-2012-unable-to-access-t-sql-components.html
Reply With Quote Apr 1st, 2012,10:17 PM #4 proneal View Profile View Forum Posts Fanatic Member Join Date May 2011 Posts 762 Re: DLL cannot be accessed Originally Posted by At--o I know that: When referencing the .dll on the bin debug folder doesn’t present this problem after the . Assemblies. First, do as Marc says: get rid of all compiled assemblies that Visual Studio may be using.
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Where is this little reference hiding??? Joacim's view on stuff. MVP Reply With Quote Apr 1st, 2012,10:29 PM #6 proneal View Profile View Forum Posts Fanatic Member Join Date May 2011 Posts 762 Re: DLL cannot be First statement of this 'Sub New' must be an explicit call to 'MyBase.New' or 'MyClass.New' because the '
I always ask many questions because I need to know the answers especially if it 'appears' to be mal informed. Marked as answer by ardmore Monday, February 08, 2010 2:11 PM Monday, February 08, 2010 2:11 PM Reply | Quote All replies 0 Sign in to vote That error appears to There is no "References" folder in my solution (I'm loading from IIS). However, when working locally, it is often the case that a developer’s environment is a good deal dirtier than that of a build server and must be cleaned.
No build. Youâ€™ll be auto redirected in 1 second. Why does it have to be in the Bin Release folder? Yes, they’re great.
Perhaps this cache represents yet another location that must be cleared manually every once in a while in order to keep the designer running smoothly. [A]DevExpress.XtraLayout.LayoutControl cannot be cast to [B]DevExpress.XtraLayout.LayoutControl. Select the build tab, select All Configurations (at the top) and set Output Path to "..\..\bin" (near the bottom). I tried to added it but failed.A error popped up. Log in to post comments AmandaS (Intel) Wed, 09/23/2015 - 11:25 Did you reboot the system after the installation?
Whenever I create a project with Code Builder OpenCL, I get this error message. http://webinweb.net/visual-studio/visual-studio-2012-wpf-unable-to-add-event-handler.html Unable to load referenced library 'Path-to-DotNetNuke\bin\file.dll': The process cannot access the file because it is being used by another process. Hopefully, they’ll be useful enough to prevent at least some hair from being torn out and some keyboards from being thrown through displays.  All tests were performed with the SP1 Questions: How do I fix this problem?
But speaking of versions… 4. It happens to me once I copy compiled assembly from one solution to the reference folder of another solution and try compile it. What does the author want to convey by ending his letter with »Tschüssikowsky«? have a peek here DesktopModules/YourModule/YourProject.csproj) otherwise you can navigate to your web site's bin directory with the adjacent browse button.
So let’s take a look inside the project file:
Why do I get the message “…cannot access the file because because it is being used by another process”? It usually resolves this issue. You’re in for a whole world of pain here: it won’t (automatically) work on other machines, it may not build in a CI environment and it’s probably going to mean configuration I've got the same issue.
Many times developers just simply don’t even realise the reference even exists, they nonchalantly added it at some point ages ago and of course everything continues to work just fine… on Type A originates from 'DevExpress.XtraLayout.v10.2, Version=10.2.5.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b88d1754d700e49a' in the context 'LoadNeither' at location 'C:\Documents and Settings\Marco\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\VisualStudio\10.0\ProjectAssemblies\kn8q9qdt01\DevExpress.XtraLayout.v10.2.dll'. the openCL SDK is not installed on my system 2. http://webinweb.net/visual-studio/visual-studio-2012-unable-to-evaluate-expression.html Restarting VS is also a good idea as it sometimes retains caches references in memory.
When you see an ocean of out of date packages you just don’t know where to start. the question is: how do I get rid of this very ANNOYING ERROR MESSAGE? A couple of years back I wrote The 10 commandments of good source control management and made it pretty clear in number 8 the sort of problems with causes: constant conflicts,