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Wanderer

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Problem opening .sln via #workspace_open
« on: November 03, 2010, 11:50:45 am »
SlickEdit Version 15.0.1.3   Build Date: August 04, 2010
Emulation: Vim

OS: Windows 7 x64    OS Version: 6.01.7600 
Project Type: Microsoft Visual Studio Csharp
Language: No file open
Hotfixes:
I:\Users\Charles\Documents\My SlickEdit Config\15.0.1\hotfixes\hotfix_loader_se15013_3.zip (Revision: 3)
I:\Users\Charles\Documents\My SlickEdit Config\15.0.1\hotfixes\hotfix_se1501_9_cumulative.zip (Revision: 9)

In VS2010, I have an "external tool" set up to open the current solution in SlickEdit; it uses this string with vs.exe:
"-#workspace_open_visualstudio $(SolutionDir)\$(SolutionFileName)"

My directory structure looks like this:

I:\Work\
+--ZoomieClient
¦  +--RL_8
¦  ¦  +--AlienZoomie
|  |  |   +-- RL_8.sln
+--XRay-66
   +--RL_8
      +--XRay.core
      +--XRay.ui
      +--XRay.UnitTest

The RL_8.sln includes XRay.core.csproj and XRay.UnitTest.csproj.  When I open RL_8.sln via the command line shown above, I get the messages:
"Failed to save project file I:\work\....\XRay.core.vpj
Path not found
Make sure the file can be written to."

"Failed to save project file I:\work\....\XRay.UnitTest.vpj
Path not found
Make sure the file can be written to."

"Project file I:\work\....\XRay.core.vpj not found."
"Project file I:\work\....\XRay.UnitTest.vpj not found."

When I open RL_8.sln from w/i SlickEdit, it works as expected.



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Re: Problem opening .sln via #workspace_open
« Reply #1 on: November 03, 2010, 11:53:18 am »
Wanderer - this is off topic but i wanted to ask did you use a tool to create the tree you show?

Wanderer

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Re: Problem opening .sln via #workspace_open
« Reply #2 on: November 03, 2010, 12:06:50 pm »
TakeCommand, from JPSoftware, has a 'tree' command that displays the directory structure.
>tree /?
Display a graphical directory tree.

TREE [[/A:[[-]
  • rhsdaecjot] /A /B /D /F /H /N[j] /O:[-]adegnrstu /P /S[n] /T[:acw] /Z] dir...

        dir:  Directory to use as the start of the tree
        /A:(ttribute select)    /H(idden directories)
        /A(SCII)                /P(ause)
        /B(are)                 /Sn (subdirectory level)
        /D(escriptions)         /T(ime and date)
        /F(iles)                /Z (size)

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Re: Problem opening .sln via #workspace_open
« Reply #3 on: November 03, 2010, 12:09:04 pm »
thanks .. i will try the feature you mentioned.

i also found in cmd shell same functionality

tree .
« Last Edit: November 03, 2010, 12:11:00 pm by ehab »

Scott H

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Re: Problem opening .sln via #workspace_open
« Reply #4 on: November 09, 2010, 02:28:35 pm »
I can recreate this... I'll take a look at it and see what I can find out.  Thanks!

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Re: Problem opening .sln via #workspace_open
« Reply #5 on: November 09, 2010, 02:38:56 pm »
Thanks, Scott.