[MonoDevelop] Error VBNC31027: The file '[...]/frmMain.resources' does not exist. (Command line )

Rolf Bjarne Kvinge rolf at xamarin.com
Wed Nov 13 08:28:29 UTC 2013


Yeah, unfortunately I haven't had time to update vbnc for a while with new
language features.

Regarding debugging your hang, here's what I do often:

If your app hangs, you can make it print out a stack trace for all threads
using this from a terminal:

$ kill -QUIT <PID>

and the stack traces will be printed to the application's standard
output/error (can't remember which atm).

Feel free to post the output here if you think it's a mono bug or if you
can't make heads and tails of it!


On Sat, Nov 9, 2013 at 3:34 PM, DragonQ <dragonq0105 at gmail.com> wrote:

> I get this error when compiling a VB.NET 4.0 project made using Visual
> Studio
> 2013. The error message is correct: the file doesn't exist. But why is it
> even looking for it? I can't find any mention of that file in any of my
> project files. My frmMain object has the usual three files (frmMain.vb,
> frmMain.resx, frmMain.Designer.vb). It's also looking for
> frmStartup.resources, but for some reason it doesn't complain for my other
> forms.
> I'm using the latest version of MonoDevelop from  here
> <
> http://mono-d.alexanderbothe.com/how-to-get-the-latest-monodevelop-on-ubuntu-oneiric/
> >
> (v4.1.4) and I've built and installed the latest versions of /mono /
> (v3.2.5) and /mono-vbnc/ manually.
> The reason I'm trying to compile using Mono is because my program hangs
> when
> running under Mono and launching either a BackgroundWorker or new thread
> (no
> crash, no error message, just stops doing anything), and I've run out of
> ways to debug it without a development environment.
> Thanks for any help.
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