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.NET Compiler Platform SDK in not compatible with Visual Studio 2017 15.5 #23579

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aka-STInG opened this Issue Dec 5, 2017 · 9 comments

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aka-STInG commented Dec 5, 2017

Version Used:
15.5
Steps to Reproduce:

  1. Open VS after update
  2. Windows about incompatible version displayed
  3. .NET Compiler Platform SDK is disabled

Expected Behavior:
.NET Compiler Platform SDK should work, please provide extension update
Actual Behavior:
.NET Compiler Platform SDK is disabled

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AdmiralSnyder commented Dec 5, 2017

is it possible that the ".net compiler platform sdk" is now a component that needs to be (re)installed via visual studio installer rather that being an extension to get from the marketplace?
i saw it was not checked despite having visual studio extension development selected.

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AdmiralSnyder commented Dec 5, 2017

yes, seems so. i uninstalled the package in "Extensions and Updates", and modified the VS installation with the installer selecting ".net compiler platform sdk", and no there is the syntax visualizer again.

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shaggygi commented Dec 5, 2017

I also see this and put in via the VS Send Feedback.

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Pilchie commented Dec 5, 2017

Tagging @jmarolf - this is by design, but I wonder if there is something we can do to make the transition easier? At least updating the marketplace page for the old SDK?

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MaStr11 commented Dec 6, 2017

But I wonder if there is something we can do to make the transition easier?

In the installation instructions for the Syntax Visualizer tool a Visual Studio 15.5 section could be added.

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Pilchie commented Dec 6, 2017

Yep - that should help. @jmarolf - can you take a look at updating that wiki page?

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aka-STInG commented Dec 7, 2017

Thanks for the explanation and solution.
BTW, please support dark theme!

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jmarolf commented Dec 15, 2017

Issue moved to dotnet/roslyn-sdk #75 via ZenHub

@jmarolf jmarolf closed this Dec 15, 2017

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MaStr11 commented Feb 20, 2018

The installation instructions are still out of date. I opened a PR to copy the documentation from the roslyn wiki pages to the new roslyn SDK repo dotnet/roslyn-sdk#108. The wiki still needs to be updated to either reflect the new installation instructions or to point to the new home of the visualizer.

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