Great add-in to VisualStudio 2010. Could you run StyleCop though? Thousands of StyleCop warnings just because the automatically generated code does not meet Microsoft's own coding style standards is not very nice.
When I try to create SCSF 2010 solution, it give a error box, saying "File Load Some bytes have been replaced with the Unicode subsitution character while loading file C:\Users\Administrator\AppData\Local\Temp\vbdplaod.eko\temp\Properties\AssemblyInfo.cs with Chinese Simplified(GB2312) encoding. Saving the file will not preserve the original file contents."
My OS is English Windows 7 but localed with Chinese.
This error occurred because the SCSF AssemblyInfo template is not saved with Unicode but ASCII. You can manually resolve this by modifying AssemblyInfo template files, these file are under following direction.
C:\Users\[username]\AppData\Local\Microsoft\VisualStudio\10.0\Extensions\Microsoft\Smart Client Software Factory 2010\3.0\Templates\Solutions\Projects\Infrastructure.CS\Properties\Assemblyinfo.cs.template
C:\Users\[username]\AppData\Local\Microsoft\VisualStudio\10.0\Extensions\Microsoft\Smart Client Software Factory 2010\3.0\Templates\Solutions\Projects\Module.CS\Properties\Assemblyinfo.cs.template
For I just find two errors when create the SCSF project, so I just modify these two from ASCII to UTF-8, if you still got the errors in your project, try modify other template file. After the modification, I re-create the project the error never appear again. Hope this is working for other people who google the same issue to here.
These issue work for non-unicode development environment.
When I create a new View (non WPF version), I cannot open this View in Designer mode after created (Designer mode is not available). I must open interface class, then expand View classes and then open the View in Code View. After that I can open View in Designer mode.
Is there a way to fix this bug?
Although the description page says otherwise , I am using VS 2010 premium edition and the installation terminates with an error message that VS2010 ultimate is missing. If I uncheck Ultimate then the install button becomes disabled.
I'm using Windows XP, and I get this error trying to install.
My login name (and since the domain name is added to my login name the length of the length of the folder name directly under C:\Documents and Settings is 28 characters long. This kind of built-in limitation is no good.
2010-12-01 14:05:14 - Install Error : System.IO.PathTooLongException: The specified path, file name, or both are too long. The fully qualified file name must be less than 260 characters, and the directory name must be less than 248 characters.
at Microsoft.VisualStudio.ExtensionManager.ExtensionManagerService.BeginInstall(IInstallableExtension installableExtension, Boolean perMachine, AsyncOperation asyncOp)
at Microsoft.VisualStudio.ExtensionManager.ExtensionManagerService.InstallWorker(IInstallableExtension extension, Boolean perMachine, AsyncOperation asyncOp)
Is there any solution to this? I was not able to re-zip the vsix file with altered contents (changing the name in the extension.vsixmanifest file). Then I just got an (incorrect) message that the manifest file was missing in the file.
Do you have an estimated date for the final production (not beta) version of SCSF 2010 ?
I am trying the architect a WinForms application for a client and need to provide concrete time scales etc.
I'm using 2010 Ultimate (final) with GAX 2010-RC and SCSF2010. They installed fine, but when I go to create a new Smart Client Project, the Guidance Navigator shows up and an error box appears stating:
Recipe Framework Error:
Member not found. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80020003
the stack trace repeats the above, adding:
at ... and so on.
The end result is no project is created at all and vs2010 acts like nothing happened. No csproj files are created, though the project folder is. All I get is a <projectname>.gpState file.
According to this site:
it only happens while attached to team foundation server.
I detached and now I am at the "Creates a new Smart Client Solution" (sic) window.