This post was co-authored by Joe Morris, a Senior Program Manager on the .NET Team and David Carmona, a Principal Program Manager Lead on the . Today, an update to Visual Studio 2017 RC was announced.There are two types of filter in two dropdown boxes, one on the right side of the toolbar and one to the left of the toolbar.
We are investigating further improvements to the SDK attribute feature, such as support for third party SDKs and specifying which version of an SDK is required. NET Core projects now use the simplified csproj syntax. NET Core projects using the previous release of Visual Studio 2017 RC, then you need to update the csproj file to the simplified syntax by hand editing the project file.If no filter is applied, the title bar says only “Error List”.The list on the right side of the toolbar specifies whether to show errors from the build (errors resulting from a build operation) or from Intelli Sense (errors detected before running a build), or from both.We’re continuing to iterate on the release candidate and will post more updates, so we definitely want your feedback. NET Core tooling known issues, please see our Git Hub page.
For problems, let us know via the Report a Problem option in the upper right corner of the VS title bar. You can copy the error number or error string text from the Output window. You can choose the Errors, Warnings, and Messages tabs to see different levels of information. To sort again by an additional column, hold down the SHIFT key and click another column header.