While this VB-to-the-Max tip
is great, here are a few additional tips to either help you resolve this "bug" or work around it.
Firstly, Microsoft has reported this as a Bug in VS.NET 2002 and 2003. The problem can stem from one of two possible causes:
- The IntelliSense engine of a project locks a referenced assembly, locking only those referenced assemblies that are larger than 64 KB
- Your solution contains projects that are compiled to the same output folder.
To resolve this issue:
- Compile the outputs for individual projects to different folders. Visual Studio .NET 2002 and Visual Studio .NET 2003 do not support a common output folder.
- Verify that you do not have the same project (or projects) open in another instance of Visual Studio.NET.
- Try to compile the project from the VS.NET command prompt tool when none of the open VS instances have those projects open.