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Looks much better now! A Risk/Impact Probability Chart provides a useful framework to help you prioritize your risks. That's at least my understanding and experience of the bugs I've encountered around Visual Studio not behaving according to what's stored on disk, because it has some other "truth" about the xUnit tests will work, but only from Test Explorer (ie, ReSharper test runner doesn't work with dnx) Note: This may be subject to change as new standards for .NET Core project have a peek here

aL3891 commented Dec 5, 2016 • edited As for your efforts, I guess I need to be caught up to speed on PackageReferences. I just didn't see it listed in the "high-level" goals, so I wanted to make sure this was still a goal, as it is very important. I cringe every time I have to go into the .csproj file because it is SO ARCANE AND MYSTERIOUS TO WORK WITH! Also, not being able to have commented out sections in json drove me nuts. https://github.com/dotnet/roslyn-project-system/issues/37

When @Mike-EEE stated the difference between "project definition" and "project build process", this came to my mind. 🎉 2 Mike-EEE commented May 24, 2016 Thanks for the ideas/feedback @gulshan! Originally a Teleflora website, then a HTML/Zen Cart site, Freelock converted/imported the existing site into into Ubercart and Drupal. Soon, your site starts collecting cobwebs. In September of 2015 we were approached by Seattle’s Children’s Alliance for a Drupal 5 to Drupal 8 migration.

Which means we need to charge our paying clients enough to cover that, making it more expensive all around. Colin, I couldn't agree more that various software offerings make the job of version control, collaboration, etc that much easier. Currently, the project file looks like something like the following: ... ... This is great for defining arbitrary data in a file, but it is completely Record issue resolution for future reference and project learning.

I don't ever want that blog that just speaks TO you and really appreciate dialog. Member davkean commented May 21, 2016 But in saying that, maybe a visible thing like Solution Explorer, this might be a little strange. Thanks for the mention. 😄 FWIW I was/am working on a POC as well for Microsoft/msbuild#613. you could totally have a project file that looked like this { 'ItemGroup': [ { 'Item': 'Compile', 'Include': 'dir1/*.cs' } { 'Item': 'Compile', 'Include': 'specialfile.cs' } ], 'DefaultTarget': { 'Task': 'Exec',

Except that visual studio will force his own structure upon you each time you save the project :) But that's the current design, Microsoft could well allow property and items under Here's an example: January 5 – Assigned issue to Samantha. Mass market items have lost their appeal, and people yearn for authentic, individual connections in a world of franchise same-ness. Wouldn't it be cool, if I could use MsBuild to compile a C++ project with GCC, or C# using the Mono compiler?

Blog More Resources Categories Templates and Worksheets Test Yourself Videos Infographics Bite-Sized Training™ Book Insights Expert Interviews Forums Career Café My Learning Plan Motivational Posters Join for $1 Login Corporate Solutions https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/3025135/visual-studio-2015-fixed-bugs-and-known-issues You can almost see it as a primitive programming language, based on XML. OH THE INEFFICIENT HORROR!! I think you would want something more like this: Win32

There's talk about the new build system. http://goinsource.com/issues-with/issues-with-svchost-exe.html Maybe only push if it's valid? About Freelock We are located in Pioneer Square, in downtown Seattle. 83 Columbia Street #401 Seattle, WA 98104  USA [P] 206.577.0540Contact Us/Directions | Site Map Get Updates ©1995-2015 Freelock Computing Who's Another issue nobody thinks about up front—developers are constantly writing new software to replace older versions.

What if I want ASTM? It's just prettier. :) Here's Rick Strahl: https://weblog.west-wind.com/posts/2016/May/23/Strongly-Typed-Configuration-Settings-in-ASPNET-Core benrr101 added a commit to Microsoft/sqltoolsservice that referenced this issue Jul 19, 2016 benrr101 Check This Out One way they do this, she says, is by using a “project management system that provides resource visibility and forecasting tools, so PMs can [quickly make decisions, re-allocate resources and] ultimately

Member davkean commented May 13, 2016 From @isaacabraham @mike-eee Hmm. And I have to admit I didn't know property/itemgroup don't really do anything. There is a field available for WBS or Network while given the advances in the system but it is completly in the users judgment and discipline to fill this field on

The idea that there's a huge, valuable difference between in-memory changes to a file and how the file looks like on disk is the source of one gazillion bugs in Visual

Maybe in the long run. DavidWeb design in Minneapolis reply Other Designs Can’t Solve Your Problems Submitted by lakshmi (not verified) on July 30, 2015 - 4:57am When a project brief is submitted, there’s an inherent The framework provides a structure for making decisions when issues arise. A custom, hand-edited .proj file that I could right click on and "Build".

Lastly, Cake and other fluent APIs can die in a fire. January 8 – Solution suggested, and sent to steering committee for approval. There are two primary benefits from using a data format: Language-agnostic expression (not having to know how to code in a certain language to describe data). this contact form Using ReSharper, I can hit CTRL-B on any property within the file and be taken straight into (decompiled) source for more information -- no guesswork or schema-hunting.

And putting a fix in one corner ends up breaking something else. Is there a team and/or resource that you can recommend so that I am devoting my time and energy towards these ideas efficiently and effectively? Here I go again to Xaml, as in a Xaml file, you see precisely where the namespace, assembly, and the name of the file is -- right in the file. Please feel free to add your comments/feedback and votes/reactions.

The reason xproj is moving to MSBuild is to unify existing assets, projects, infrastructure across the entire .NET stack, not for us to come up with something new. Difficulties setting correct scheduling/resource expectations with the customer, when they don’t fully understand dependencies on different projects (they want everything done ASAP).  And, in turn, when you can’t deliver on their asbjornu commented May 25, 2016 None of these are required to be committed to disk for them to take effect. Gary, your insight strikes right at the root of project success.

I appreciate your post. Please do not get focused on the Xaml, as if a POCO-based approach is used, then any format can theoretically be used: XML, Xaml, JSON, TOML, YAML, even INI if you MSBuild gives you 100% control over how your project is built. Adequate testing of every aspect of a site would multiply the cost ten-fold –  not to mention taking a lot longer before the site is up making you money.

I have so many questions and am not sure if they really fit here or should be answered here. This almost always generates resentment, and they're also largely unnecessary for small web projects. Lots of really great discussion here, but not much over here. :) Since there seems to be a project system underway here, I wanted to reach out and hopefully get some I also posted some critics related to the people who are involved in the project and how does the fitment matters..

If you want to be successful…just go out there and DO IT. It’s amazing how many times you’ll see this happen in our industry. I think by having sane defaults an imported targets file could end up taking care of 99.9% of the problem for you, at least for a "simple" project, while still giving You mention tooling; think about the kinds of tooling we could add to make working with csproj easier without throwing the baby out with the bath water.