Can't use 214 with my project :(

I've try to use R#r 214 on my project; but i can't successfully compile my project. There exist some post build tasks like copy referanced dlls to another folder, and VS.Net 2005 keep telling me that it can't copy them. When i close R#r from addIn manager and recompile my project, got no error!

There is no such an error with 213

:(

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Hello Fatih,

most likely there is a bug in 214 which locks referenced assemblies longet
than it is needed.
We'll fix it ASAP. For now, please downgrade to 213.


Regards,
Dmitry Shaporenkov
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

I've try to use R#r 214 on my project; but i can't successfully
compile my project. There exist some post build tasks like copy
referanced dlls to another folder, and VS.Net 2005 keep telling me
that it can't copy them. When i close R#r from addIn manager and
recompile my project, got no error!

There is no such an error with 213

:(



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Hello Dmitry,

I am having that same problem sometimes with ASP.NET web sites in build 213.
It seems to work fine for my smaller projects, but there is one project
in particular where I have to turn off the R# addin or I get a bunch of access
denied errors on some of the assemblies in the bin directory of the web site.
The only thing I can notice that is different in this project that doesn't
work, is it is much larger than the others.

Sorry, I wish I could help give you more detail to reproduce it, but I can't
seem to put my finger on what's causing it.

~Andy

Hello Fatih,

most likely there is a bug in 214 which locks referenced assemblies
longet
than it is needed.
We'll fix it ASAP. For now, please downgrade to 213.
Regards,
Dmitry Shaporenkov
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

>> I've try to use R#r 214 on my project; but i can't successfully
>> compile my project. There exist some post build tasks like copy
>> referanced dlls to another folder, and VS.Net 2005 keep telling me
>> that it can't copy them. When i close R#r from addIn manager and
>> recompile my project, got no error!
>>
>> There is no such an error with 213
>>
>> :(
>>


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Hello Andy,

do errors on that large project happen always or just often?


Regards,
Dmitry Shaporenkov
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

Hello Dmitry,

I am having that same problem sometimes with ASP.NET web sites in
build 213.
It seems to work fine for my smaller projects, but there is one
project
in particular where I have to turn off the R# addin or I get a bunch
of access
denied errors on some of the assemblies in the bin directory of the
web site.
The only thing I can notice that is different in this project that
doesn't
work, is it is much larger than the others.
Sorry, I wish I could help give you more detail to reproduce it, but I
can't seem to put my finger on what's causing it.

~Andy

>> Hello Fatih,
>>
>> most likely there is a bug in 214 which locks referenced assemblies
>> longet
>> than it is needed.
>> We'll fix it ASAP. For now, please downgrade to 213.
>> Regards,
>> Dmitry Shaporenkov
>> JetBrains, Inc
>> http://www.jetbrains.com
>> "Develop with pleasure!"
>>> I've try to use R#r 214 on my project; but i can't successfully
>>> compile my project. There exist some post build tasks like copy
>>> referanced dlls to another folder, and VS.Net 2005 keep telling me
>>> that it can't copy them. When i close R#r from addIn manager and
>>> recompile my project, got no error!
>>>
>>> There is no such an error with 213
>>>
>>> :(
>>>


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Hello Dmitry,

They seem to always happen. I can occasionally compile the web site once
successfully, and then the second time it tells me that access is denied
to a dll. However, sometimes it gives me the error on the first try. If
I disable the R# add-in before opening the site, then all is well (except
of course, I miss out on R#'s great features).

~Andy

Hello Andy,

do errors on that large project happen always or just often?

Regards,
Dmitry Shaporenkov
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

>> Hello Dmitry,
>>
>> I am having that same problem sometimes with ASP.NET web sites in
>> build 213.
>> It seems to work fine for my smaller projects, but there is one
>> project
>> in particular where I have to turn off the R# addin or I get a bunch
>> of access
>> denied errors on some of the assemblies in the bin directory of the
>> web site.
>> The only thing I can notice that is different in this project that
>> doesn't
>> work, is it is much larger than the others.
>> Sorry, I wish I could help give you more detail to reproduce it, but
>> I
>> can't seem to put my finger on what's causing it.
>> ~Andy
>>
>>> Hello Fatih,
>>>
>>> most likely there is a bug in 214 which locks referenced assemblies
>>> longet
>>> than it is needed.
>>> We'll fix it ASAP. For now, please downgrade to 213.
>>> Regards,
>>> Dmitry Shaporenkov
>>> JetBrains, Inc
>>> http://www.jetbrains.com
>>> "Develop with pleasure!"
>>>> I've try to use R#r 214 on my project; but i can't successfully
>>>> compile my project. There exist some post build tasks like copy
>>>> referanced dlls to another folder, and VS.Net 2005 keep telling me
>>>> that it can't copy them. When i close R#r from addIn manager and
>>>> recompile my project, got no error!
>>>>
>>>> There is no such an error with 213
>>>>
>>>> :(
>>>>


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