I create an Island project in VS 2019 in order to target an Raspberry PI 3. Works debugging included. (We would have to talk about an unresponsive VS later, but that’s not the point. Restarting helps.
Which brings me to the point that really hurts.
When I close the project and try to open it once again VS does not load the project, rather a dialog shows up which gives me three options
a) Changing the Target to 4.6.1 and revert it to to Version 4.0 later
c) … Don’t load the project.
No matter what I do the project remains unloaded.
I tried to add the TargetFramework to the project file but that didn’t help at all. Since I had no real idea what I’m doing, not big surprise at all.
I’d guess, but I have no idea why, VS simply does have no information about a TargetFramework. Wondering why it would need such a thing. Maybe a specialty of the template that comes into play in the last line of the project file?
Elements 10.0.0.2513 in VS 2019 on Win 8.1.
Any idea? Help is appreciated.
(*No need to hurry in general. But I tried pretty much the same before in Fire which
came with a little older version of Elements and it worked more stable (but I cannot upgrade that machine anymore). So I was happy that I got a connection under VS2019 using this newer version of Elements. I had the impression that debugging aarch64 worked too on the Mac but no chance on the Windows Machine with VS just armv6. That’s not the problem at the moment. Digging deeper into such matters requires projects files that can be loaded twice or more often. Otherwise I have to create a new project every day if anything else worked smooth *)