Any VS.NET wizards out there?
System is Visual Studio.NET 2003 on WinXP home. Yesterday I was creating a new configuration for an existing solution. In the middle of it VS crashed. Now, when I start it up and go to edit my resource properties I get the message "There are no property pages for the selection", followed by a new box saying "NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an instance of an object".
Forgot to add, I get that error for all my configurations, not just the one I was working on when VS crashed.
According to this site, you only get limited functionality on XP home with Visual Studio
Ah, you see? I could've helped snotnose if he'd put an email address in. C'est la vie...
The hugest problem with VS.Net on XP home is with ASP.Net solutions, since VS.Net wants an IIS handy to render pages. It runs, but it's definitely limited.
I'm not doing any .NET programming, VS.NET is simply a GUI I have to use to generate some dlls that go to a testing lab. My real code runs on an ARM, I use gcc tools for that.
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