See Also CopyLocal Property (Reference Object) Show: Inherited Protected Print Export (0) Print Export (0) Share IN THIS ARTICLE Dev centers Windows Office Visual Studio Microsoft Azure More... No trackbacks yet. Already a member? So, you need to go to the Add-in Manager, mark the add-in NOT to load on startup, close Visual Studio .NET to unload the AppDomain and open it again. Source
When deploying the application? ____________________________________________________________Need help finding an answer?Try the Search Facility or read FAQ222-2244 on how to get better results. I keep getting the following 2 compile errors. Otherwise, in the Add-In Manager of this second instance, you load the add-in but you also mark it to load on each startup (to avoid loading it manually again). not every time, but often after running the project, stopping it, editing some thing and then running it again.
Could not copy temporary files to the output directory. They said they hoped to fix it in a future version, that was pre-VS.NET 2002. Anybody tried it in VS.NET 2005 yet?GregFriday, 11 June 2004 16:40:42 UTCInteresting, I clicked on the "Comments" link for the Linux Torvalds post and I'm taken to the comment section for Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. (LogOut/Change) You are
Setup references to point to the common output location, ..bin for example. Obviously this requires at least one compile. Rhys"Vampireware /n/,a project, capable of sucking the lifeblood out of anyone unfortunate enough to be assigned to it, which never actually sees the light of day, but nonetheless refuses to die.""I Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? If you try to compile it at this point, you get the error "Could not copy temporary files to the output directory".
You have 1200 characters left. At the conclusion of the build process, the project system copies the files from the intermediate directory into the project output directory.This problem may occur when one of the assemblies that Thanks. -- am Siva M, Sep 18, 2005 #2 Advertisements Peter Huang [MSFT] Guest Hi In addtion to Shiva's suggestion, I think you may also take a look at the Basically if you turn Copy Local to False and compile to one folder, you're screwed.The moral?
That would disable the Add-in Manager for that instance (and therefore add-ins are not loaded). The process cannot access the file because it is being used by another process. The process cannot access the file because it is being used by another process. ------------------------------------------ Any idea why this is happening and how I can resolve it? ASP.NET must have permissions because it compiles the first time.Rhys.
The assembly manifest may be corrupt. this contact form The content you requested has been removed. Similar Threads Howto copy content files to build directory dansan, Oct 2, 2003, in forum: Microsoft Dot NET Framework Replies: 4 Views: 397 dansan Oct 6, 2003 Fix here for Visual JasonNevin (Programmer) (OP) 21 Jun 05 06:04 All of a sudden I've started to get the following error;Could not copy temporary files to the output directory.followed byThe file 'bin\MyApp.dll' cannot be
Rhys666 (Programmer) 21 Jun 05 06:11 Have you got any anti-virus software running?Have you tried re-starting IIS and Visual Studio? Stay logged in Welcome to PC Review! When starting a project? have a peek here Rhys"Vampireware /n/,a project, capable of sucking the lifeblood out of anyone unfortunate enough to be assigned to it, which never actually sees the light of day, but nonetheless refuses to die.""I
PRB: 'Could not copy temporary files to the output directory' error building Visual Studio .NET add-in. I've checked out the link you provided and unfortunately it doesn't seem to help. Close Reply To This Thread Posting in the Tek-Tips forums is a member-only feature.
Join UsClose The file 'myTypes.dll' cannot be copied to the run directory. Talk With Other Members Be Notified Of ResponsesTo Your Posts Keyword Search One-Click Access To YourFavorite Forums Automated SignaturesOn Your Posts Best Of All, It's Free! The presenter said that Intellisense memory maps the assembly if it's over a certain size and the problem described above will happen.
No, create an account now. When creating a setup project? In this case the solution is quite simple: the system or the other application has locked the executable file, and you must close the running application to release this lock Another Check This Out If the project references an output from another project as a file reference, and turns off Copy Local property for the reference, this might cause the compiler of the project that
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