Upgrade .NET Core RC to 1.0
Apr 20, 2016
With the release of Visual Studio Code 1.0, I upgraded .NET Core to the latest version. However, the older version wasn’t properly replaced, which did cause Visual Studio Code to behave quite strange.
After installing .NET Core 1.0 from here and upgrading Visual Studio Code from here, I created a new .NET Core project with these lines:
mkdir hwapp cd hwapp dotnet new dotnet restore dotnet run
At first, the project seemed to run without problems. However, when I opened it in Visual Studio Code, I got warnings that the project couldn’t load, that the project missed an .sln file, that Omnisharp couldn’t find the “default” runtime etc.
After investigating this strange behavior, I found that older versions of dnx and dnvm were not properly installed and conflicted with the new setup. I tried to solve this by upgrading dnvm, removing all old versions and reinstalling the latest versions, but this didn’t work.
Turns out that in order to get the new setup to work, I also had to specify an alias:
dnvm update-self dnvm list -detailed dnvm uninstall VERSION -r coreclr dnvm uninstall VERSION -r mono dnvm install latest -r coreclr -alias default dnvm install latest -r mono -alias default
After this, I could start Visual Studio Code and run Omnisharp without problems.