That's pretty fast compared to the time it took on my old machine - around 7 minutes. I used to start it up in the morning and then go and have a shower.
I then had a new machine built. Usually it takes less than a minute but sometimes it will take up to 90 seconds. I think the biggest reason for the decrease is the SSD drive I had installed plus the faster CPU.
In Visual Studio, if you double-click to the left of the opening quote character (between the quote and the preceding character), the IDE will select the entire string, including the opening and closing quote characters.
This is not working for me and the last commenter. Is it just us?
I am converting Visual studio 2010 web site to Visual studio 2015. Also there are so many projects included in solution and referenced to my website.
Currently I am facing so many error while building web site. Error
The type "LISTTYPE" is defined in an assembly that is not referenced. You must add a reference to assembly "App_Code.fk4bcd9f, Version=1.0.5822.18831, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=null"
Most of the errors are on User controls and aspx pages.
Actually Usercontrols are accessing enumeration those are define in class files under App_Code folder. So here LISTTYPE is enumeration in one of the class files and accessing this enum on aspx page.
Root -> ctlList.ascx.cs
(Contains property name [changeButton] of LISTTYPE)
Root -> frmMenu.aspx.cs
(User control is registered and accessing property [changeButton] - here it is showing error. "The type "LISTTYPE" is defined in an assembly that is not referenced. You must add a reference to assembly "
Note: This solution is already converted from VS 2005,2008, 2010 and now converting in 2015. (code is properly working in VS 2010)
I'm extremly new to this and (I'm just an intern/apprentice in an office) trying to understand /mess with some programs.
Is there a way to convert a c# project (i.E. Simple Active directory Browser: Simple Active Directory Browser[^] into vb.net? I startet learning a book ("Windows scripting lernen" - Holger Schwichtenberg) and currently it is easier for me to understand vb ...
I'm using Visual Studio Community 2015.
Any help would be appreciated and thanks for taking your time reading /understanding my problem : )
(Sorry for my bad english - not my native language)
Thanks alot for the fast reply ... i found a solution by using sharpdeveloper. Just loaded the c# project and converted it into a vb project. Alot online tools only offer code translation for single files /snipplets, but i needed a solution for a complete project. Using .netreflect to decompipile and restructure into desired language wroked aswell... but somehow sharddeveloper was easier to understand for me...
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