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 Posted: Tue Jul 25th, 2006 08:32 pm
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After uninstalling the old version and installing the latest (1.0.173), I see this when trying to make a project out of .NET assemblies:

Error: Class not registered

Warning: SINEtModule is not available. Can't scan .NET assemblies.

It repeats for each .NET assembly.

 

 

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 Posted: Tue Jul 25th, 2006 09:02 pm
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This actually appears to happen in other cases as well.  Basically trying to manipulate the .NET assembly in some way always produces this error.  For instance, I have an older project from a previous version that I tried to load.  It loaded fine, but upon building the files, I got this error.  If anyone knows of a temporary workaround, it too would be appreciated.  If this is a new bug, is there a place where I can download older versions? 

Many thanks,

    Taylor

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 Posted: Tue Jul 25th, 2006 09:11 pm
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Hi Taylor,

seems to be an new unknown problem. The developers for the .NET platform will look into it when they are back to office. It would be helpfull if you could send as much samples as you have showing the problem to support (at) sisulizer.com (In case you have samples you don't want to make public).

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Markus

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 Posted: Tue Jul 25th, 2006 10:34 pm
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Hi Markus,

     Thanks for the update.  I have attached a project that duplicates the bug.  I load it and try to refresh the sources and get the issue.  (The attached project also demonstrates the other bug I recently submitted related to properly detecting some auto-generated resx's, but that shouldn't get in the way of repro-ing this issue).

Is there a way to download an older version, say - from mid-June?  That is the one I had that worked.

Many thanks for the fast reply,

    Taylor

Attachment: SisuBug.zip (Downloaded 2 times)

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 Posted: Tue Jul 25th, 2006 10:48 pm
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Hi Taylor,

I would not recommend using some older version. One of the developers located in Tokyo should be available in one or two hours and I'm sure he will look into it ;-)
If it worked in earlier versions the problem should be easy to track down...

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 Posted: Thu Jul 27th, 2006 01:35 pm
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Jaako - you had asked me about the date of the files in Sisulizer's directory:

SINet11Module.dll: 7/25/06 10:19AM - Version 1.0.2397.18584

SINet20Module.dll  7/25/06 10:15AM - Version 1.0.2397.18471

I am using VS 2005.

It would be great to know what was causing this.  Please let me know if there is anything else I can do to help.

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Hi

I have tried to reproduce the bug but I have not managed to to that.

Can you send me a log file. Open SL project and scan. After scanning errors will be written to the log.  Right click the log pane and choose Copy. Paste the content of the clipboard to a reply message.

Best regards,

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 Posted: Mon Jul 31st, 2006 03:00 pm
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Hi,

I have the same problem with newer (1.0.175) version

Petar

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 Posted: Mon Jul 31st, 2006 03:02 pm
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Whew - glad to hear it's not just me Petar :).  I'll send the repro log shortly Jaakko. 

 

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 Posted: Mon Jul 31st, 2006 03:19 pm
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Hi,

I found the following. If you scan the .csproj it works fine here.

The problem occors if you try to scan \bin\Debug\SisuBug.exe from Taylor's project.
Then you get the log:

Scanning file "C:\Dokumente und Einstellungen\Markus.Kreisel\Desktop\SisuBug\bin\Debug\SisuBug.exe"
Error: Klasse nicht registriert
Warning: SlNetModule is not available. Can't scan .NET assemblies.

Hope this helps

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Thanks for this Markus. 

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Hi,

Thanks for quick response.

Unfortunately this workaround we can not use.

Petar

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Hi Petar,

but while I can reproduce now we might be able to track the problem down quickly.

I must be some difference between the computers of the developers and our (yours and mine) computers.

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 Posted: Mon Jul 31st, 2006 03:53 pm
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This is a long shot, but do they have a copy of SINEtModule in their Global Assembly Cache?  When I've seen similar problems (Developers can do something, but end users get a file not found exception), it's because the developers have a version of the assembly somewhere that they didn't remember, like the GAC....

 

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Hi,

I managed to reproduce this error. Now I need to figure out the reason.

We do not use global assembly cache. If the .NET COM is private it is not needed to be installed to GAC.  The private COMs worked just fine both in .NET 1.1 and .NET 2.0. However after compiling new SlNet20Module.dll it stopped to work. It worked on the test computer but there was someting manual registration. I am now figuring out what is the problem.

Best regards,

Jaakko



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 Posted: Tue Aug 1st, 2006 07:09 am
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I found the bug and fixed in 1.0.176.

I will upload the new build later today.

Best regards,

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1.0.176 is available now from the download pages.

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