Warning: files with build action TypeScriptCompile passed to msbuild when compiling for net5.0

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In VS 2019 v16.11.8 with ReSharper 2021.3.2 Build 213.0.20211221.144419 I'm getting the following error.

ReSharper: Warning Project 'MyProject.Web' load finished with warnings|

There are several files at C:\MyProject\Scripts\site.ts with build action TypeScriptCompile passed to MSBuild when compiling for net5.0

I'm unsure how to interpret the warning and hence how to deal with it.

Can you help explain?

Thanks

 

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Hello,

Is there any chance you could provide some sample solution in which the problem is reproduced? You can share it privately via "Submit a request" form or our upload service

Thank you.

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I have started getting a very similar message when I first open a large Xamarin-based solution:

"There are several files at C:\MySolution\MyProject\Resources\layout\CalculatorLayout.axml with build action AndroidResource passed to msbuild when compiling for MonoAndroid,Version=v8.1"

Just like the OP above, I have no idea what this message is trying to tell me and what action I should take, and while the message comes with a 'Read More' link in the Notifications windows in Visual Studio, that links takes me to a seemingly-unrelated page:: https://www.jetbrains.com/help/resharper/Configuring_Project_Specific_Properties.html#what_is_solution_model

I am using VS 2019 (v16.11.8) and  ReSharper 2021.3.1 (Build 213.0.20211208.204613)

Thanks!

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Hello Brett R Taylor

Is there any chance you could provide us some sample solution in which the problem is reproduced?

Thank you.

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Hello Angelina Elycheva, hope you are well.

I also have the same issue. See screenshot above.  I have uploaded a the solution which is having these issues. Its a very small solution.  Here is the upload ID: Upload id: 2022_03_12_B9bKRGu9E2C3LoBA (file: Aeonic.Common.DateTimes.zip)

Please let us know what your team discovers.  Thanks for the help!

 

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Jeff Ward, do you have a chance to try installing the latest ReSharper 2022.1 EAP5 and check the issue once again? We fixed a similar issue recently. Thank you!

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Hello! I have performed the latest update and also uninstalled and reinstalled ReSharper (for unrelated reasons), and those specific warnings are gone.

Thank you! 

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Good to hear that, have a nice day! :)

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