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Steps to reproduce:
1) Create a folder and a symlink to the folder:
:~/$ cd Code
:~/Code$ ln -s testdir testsymlink
:~/Code$ cd testsymlink
2) Open MD, create a solution inside ~/Code/testsymlink
3) Close MD. Open MD again, and open the solution created inside ~/Code/testsymlink/ (this step is actually a workaround to bug 11091.)
4) Open Main.cs and put a breakpoint in the Console.WriteLine call.
5) Press play button to start debugging.
Current results: breakpoint is not hit.
Expected results: breakpoint is hit.
Oops, correcting summary.
Looks like you just need to clean the build and then rebuild and it'll work (that fixed it for me, at least)
Tried that, but didn't work :(
can you tar up a sample with a symlink? I'm just not able to reproduce this
this should be fixed
It's true, I just tested it! Sorry for not getting back earlier, I completely forgot about comment#4. Thanks