Upgrade to release build gives "The project type is not supported by this installation"
I had the RC version of WAP and it worked great. Uninstalled it, re-installed latest, rebooted my machine and tried opening existing solution is VS2005. Got the following error "The project type is not supported by this installation". Is there something I can manually tweak either in my solution or project file to get this to load?
It sounds like Web Application Projects are not fully installed. Here are a few of the registry keys that should exist if installed.
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\VisualStudio\8.0\InstalledProducts\Web Application Proj...VS Builds, and Builds, and Builds
Has anyone else had this problem? After a while of developing, and I go to compile, VS takes forever to build and I have to end-task it. It's definitely after I've been working for a while, then it finally has "had it" and just takes forever to build. It's annoying as I know its not the machine (2.8 GHZ processor and 1GB RAM). Has anyone else experienced this problem? By the way, I do have SP1 installed.
Also, after minimizing and switching around screens, when it does this, the building icon in the status bar doesn't show. And, for more informati...How to build a project on Build Service
I have developed a program in Python (PyQt) which, at the moment, is
just a folder with all those source, icon, xml etc. files. I zipped it
in a *.tar.gz. Then I created a project in the OBS, uploaded the
*.tar.gz in the Sources, selected repositories. And it shows the build
status is broken.
Has anyone built an rpm on OBS before? I just want to make an rpm of my
program and make it available from my project repository. Please help me
build it. What else do I need to do? I've read the OBS tutorial and
guidelines but they don't really tell you step by step what you need to
...build flags for release builds
We would like to release a preview version of our extension (xforms) to
run on FF3 beta 3. However, if we build our extension on a tree we
pulled using the beta 3 tag (FIREFOX_3_0b3_RELEASE) and install the
extension on the beta3 build that we downloaded from mozilla.org we get
varying degrees of success. A windows build will work. A linux one
will crash. I can't remember exactly what happened on mac...it didn't
work so well, but I don't think it crashed. However, running the .xpi
on the tree that we built runs just fine in all instances.
So I'm gue...BUILD all projects in a project group as RELEASE? [Edit]
Hi! (In Delphi XE2/XE4) I have a Project Group containing 10 Projects, where all the projects are set to *Debug* Build Configuration for daily work.
Now I want to +Build+ all the projects in the project group with the *Release* Build Configuration, without having to MANUALLY change the Build Configuration for each single project to *Release* and then back again to *Debug* (which would be cumbersome). How can I do this?
Am 13.04.2014 10:54, schrieb Peter Panino:
> Hi! (In Delphi XE2/XE4) I have a Project Group containing 10 Projects, where all the projects are set to *Debug* Build Conf...VS2003: Unable to build project output group 'Content files from WebAppName (Release .Net)'
Hi All,Hope someone here can assist and advise me on this problem. I understand that I am a bit outdated as still using VS2003 for development but I got no choice on that.
I encountered this error Unable to build project output group 'Content files from WebAppName (Release .Net)' when building my WebSetup project. It is weird becuase I was successfully built my WebSetup project just a minute ago.
I realize that usually this error is caused by certain file is missing in the physical directory but it's exist in the project list but I did seriously checked all files...thunderbird release build error: after building current "hg://releases/comm-release" mach swears that no "dist/bin/thunderbird.exe exist"
Hello guys, please help to explain this gorgeous error message.
I'm building releases/comm-release, using 'mach' ofcourse. Right after the message "your build is finished successfully", it unexpectedly tells:
"Error running mach.... consider filling bug... Exception: Binary expected "OBJ_DIR/dist/bin/thunderbird.exe" doesn't exist"
Correct binaries are in fact placed under mozilla binaries "OBJ_DIR/mozilla/dist/bin/thunderbird.exe"
The whole piece of log is below:
Single process terminated ...Build Problems (OSX Lion)
Looking forward to poking and prodding on B2G but having issues getting my =
first build working.
I followed the directions on the MDN, including pulling down all the prereq=
s but fails when building, tail of my output below.
../xulrunner-sdk/bin/run-mozilla.sh ./xulrunner-sdk/bin/xpcshell -e 'const G=
AIA_DIR =3D "/Users/nicp/b2g/B2G/gaia"; const PROFILE_DIR =3D "/Users/nicp/=
b2g/B2G/gaia/profile"; const GAIA_SCHEME =3D "app://"; const GAIA_DOMAIN =
=3D "gaiamobile...SpiderMonkey works as Debug-build, not as Release-build
I have build SpiderMonkey 1.7 as a static library using VS2005 to make a
macro plugin for Notepad++.
What I did was:
- Downloaded js-1.7.0.tar.gz
- I added a new static library project to my project
- Included the required files (used js.mak as reference for this)
- Added jsautokw.h from a nmake build
- Made some minor modifications to
- jstypes.h: remove __declspec()
- jsapi.c: remove DllMain()
- prmjtime.c: added <windows.h>
As a debug-build, everything works great.
But as a release-build it crashes when JS_EvaluateScript() is called
even with a scr...vs2005 web application with vs2005 web deployment project build failed
We Migrated our faily large ASP.NET project (has several folder hierarchy and our aspx pages refers to usercontrols in parent folders) to a VS2005 Web Application (not web site) project.Migration went well. We can build and run the project successfully.But when we comes to deploy vs 2005 web application project we did not find publish web site option unfortunately.So we added a Web deployment project to our web application project. But we could not complie the web deployment projecteven though we can complie out web application project. We encounter the following error in all of our ascx pag...Mozilla 1.7.11 released (linux builds on releases dir was updated and you should re-package with newer builds)
Mozilla 1.7.11 released today (Aug 1st), not two days ago (July 30th).
If you already started l10n with older builds, update them.
The builds placed on the releases dir was not final.
Builds are updated and released as a final today (Aug 1st in US).
# Linux builds didn't have talkback.
For more infomation, see the bug 302745
to mlp staffs
Please don't place non-final builds under releases d...To build or not to build, that is the question
Hello, ever since I found out that VS.NET could upload all of your pages for you, I have used that method for uploading. However when using the Copy Project option, it seems to restart the aspnet service and the sessions clear. What I'm asking is when is it OK just to manually copy/paste some pages into the website directory w/out actually re-building the site? Right now, I have to wait until there are no users logged into my site to do updates, which are very minor, but include code-behind changes. Can I just upload the updated pages w/out building?In this world there are 10 types of pe...CB2007 Debug build the exe is smaller than the Release build.
Any reason why a Debug build using C++ Builder 2007 and TMS Unicode Components results in a smaller exe? Should not the *Release* build be the smaller file?
<Jason Goff> wrote in message news:firstname.lastname@example.org...
> Any reason why a Debug build using C++ Builder 2007 and TMS Unicode Components
> results in a smaller exe? Should not the *Release* build be the smaller file?
I think the major reason is that release version contains inlined and possibly
non-inlined versions of the functions it decided to inline. Typically debug
version is built with all functions out...What is the Difference Between Build and Re-Build in visual Studio .Net?
What is the difference between Bulid and Re-build in Visual Studio .Net. Pleaes help me.
From http://www.cs.tufts.edu/r/graphics/resources/vs_getting_started/vs_getting_started.htm, which I found with a Google search of build rebuild visual studio:
Build means compile and link only the source files that have changed since the last build, while Rebuild means compile and link all source files regardless of whether they changed or not. Build is the normal thing to do and is faster. Sometimes the versions of project target components can get out of sync...