SilverlightApplication69.zip (53.4 KB) Here is the compiler output: ------ Build started: Project: SilverlightApplication69, Configuration: Debug AnyCPU ------ SilverlightApplication69 -> C:\Users\Mark\Documents\Visual Studio 2013\Projects\crap\SilverlightApplication69\SilverlightApplication69\Bin\Debug\SilverlightApplication69.dll Begin application manifest generation No changes detected. We recommend upgrading to the latest Safari, Google Chrome, or Firefox. C:\Project\BeyondHealthSolution\Sonda.BeyondHealth.Data\DALC\Administration\CityDALC.cs(107): warning : CA1305 : Microsoft.Globalization : CityDALC.SelectValid(Int64):BusinessEntityList makes a call to System.Convert.ToBoolean(System.String) that does not explicitly provide an IFormatProvider. C:\Project\BeyondHealthSolution\Sonda.BeyondHealth.Data\DALC\Administration\CityDALC.cs(61): warning : CA1305 : Microsoft.Globalization : CityDALC.SelectAll():BusinessEntityList makes a call to System.Convert.ToBoolean(System.String) that does not explicitly provide an IFormatProvider. have a peek at this web-site
share|improve this answer answered Oct 22 '10 at 19:10 sylvia 1 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up using Google Sign A real function problem When hiking, why is the right of way given to people going up? And also you may copy the right version library file to the output folder, and then reference this library by "Browse ...". Staying well away from this address is recommended.
Was fine with RC1 but now I get all references to external dlls in red, and it compiles fine... If so, remove the code from the assembly. Member sayedihashimi commented Dec 18, 2015 TFS: 174588 I've added this to our internal TFS, we will reply back here soon.
As long as we do not use any Oxygene made DLL's this message does not show up even if we build a WebSite project. Howevera missing strongly named assembly in the GAC can definitely cause issues. could not resolve reference... Graham - 13 Dec 2010 Marked as answer by like2176 Monday, December 13, 2010 12:50 PM Monday, December 13, 2010 12:50 PM 0 Sign in to vote Hi like2176,
What is the VS version for projects that show dependencies problem? Manually editing the .proj file and changing this back to 3.5 has fixed the problem. Why do manufacturers detune engines? Josef viktoriad (viktoriad) 2014-07-08 08:28:41 UTC #5 Hello Jose, Sorry for the delay.
It is set to build before the webservice. http://www.dnnsoftware.com/forums/threadid/377993/scope/posts/threadpage/3/could-not-get-dependencies-for-project-reference-dotnetnukelibrary I've fixed all my namespaces and the problem still exists. Also this project which does not show up the problem is located on my drive C: at the desktop, while all other projects showing up the problem is located on drive If a question is poorly phrased then either ask for clarification, ignore it, or edit the question and fix the problem.
If this class is intended to contain only static methods, consider adding a private constructor to prevent the compiler from generating a default constructor. http://sinistro.org/could-not/could-not-get-dependencies-for-project-reference.html This response contains a reference to a third party World Wide Web site. I also logged an issue:68708: Output shows build line for referenced dlls even if they are not actually changed/builded Best regards. If it doesn't help please send us your project that shows the problem so we can reproduce and fix the error.
When this was reversed the ToolsVersion specified within the project files was left at 4.0. This should be replaced with a call to System.Convert.ToBoolean(System.String,System.IFormatProvider). I've added a Github link to a sample solution where I've tried to check all cases. Source There was a warning during build...
I can convert the assembly reference to a project reference by editing the project.json file, adding the wrappedProject entry. I've tried clearing the dnx package cache, re-getting source from source control into a new path. How to respond to a ridiculous request from a senior colleague?
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Does anyone has any suggestio how to solve this issue ? Since then I keep getting "could not get dependencies for project reference 'project.dll' " everytime i compiled my website. When compiling the solution, the website gives the message: Could not get dependencies for project reference 'MyLibrary'. http://sinistro.org/could-not/could-not-get-dependencies-for-project-reference-net.html What exactly is your scenario and repro steps with RC2?
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C:\Project\BeyondHealthSolution\Sonda.BeyondHealth.Data\DALC\Administration\CityDALC.cs(205): warning : CA1305 : Microsoft.Globalization : CityDALC.GetFirst(Int32):BusinessEntityList makes a call to System.Convert.ToBoolean(System.String) that does not explicitly provide an IFormatProvider. felipem commented Oct 29, 2015 I've had this exact same issue. Hope this helps.