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#  Tuesday, 08 November 2005

Now, I did not set out to crash it intentionally, but at least it is fully reproducible. What did I do? Well, I wanted to build a site based on the code I wrote in the blog entry Writing a Subversion-backed VirtualPathProvider for ASP.NET 2.0. So I created a new directory for the site, and simply put the code from the download into a subdirectory (which already exists in the zip file):

Of course I went ahead and opened MyNewWebSite in Visual Studio 2005:

Nothing unexpected so far, I can expand all directories just fine in Solution Explorer:

However, as soon as I hover over SubversionVirtualPathProvider.cs, Solution Explorer goes grey. Totally grey. As in no icons, no tree, no nothing. So I File / Exit Visual Studio 2005 (saying No to saving the solution), and kabooom, here is my friend the error reporting tool:

Oh, and btw, an empty App_Code directory won't do the trick.

Categories: .NET | 2 Ohhhh | ASP.NET | Visual Studio
Tuesday, 08 November 2005 16:23:13 (W. Europe Standard Time, UTC+01:00)  #    Comments [1]Tracked by:
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Wednesday, 09 November 2005 03:12:30 (W. Europe Standard Time, UTC+01:00)
Hi Chris,

Can you send me a zip file with a simple repro? We can then look into here to try and figure out what is going on. My guess is that there might be something about the way your provider is written that is causing the problem. With a repro we can debug it more here.

Thanks,

Scott
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