A while ago, I needed to move an Azure DevOps Git repository from one organization to another. And that was far easier than I thought. For once, a nice surprise from Git _and_ Azure DevOps 😀 So, let me tell you how that’s done! Well, how it’s done if it goes well, anyway. And if still works as it used to when you’re reading this. We’ll see! Solution
This article explains a solution to a rather annoying issue, where certificate validation for builds trying to fetch NuGet packages published by Microsoft fails when using .NET 5. This happens at least with Docker build when you’re relying on some Microsoft-provided images… But probably also in a lot of other cases. Problem When running an Azure DevOps pipeline with any task that does any Docker stuff, your build fails. Or…Continue reading How to fix NU3028 and NU3037 errors in Azure DevOps builds?
This time, we’re taking a look at an annoying situation where your previous debugging session, or perhaps your dotnet serve, somehow locks up your dlls or other important files that you kind of need to overwrite when rebuilding. And that, well, causes your build or debugging session to fail. So, let’s take a closer look at the actual errors we’ve run ourselves into! Problem Build complains about retrying something and…Continue reading How to kill the process causing the “MSB3021 Unable to copy file — The process cannot access the file because it is being used by another process.” error?
This article explains a curious workaround that I figured out. In case you need a way to force app setting changes to be reflected in some libraries you need in your application, even if they don’t support any configuration after application startup. Problem Normally, a .NET application loads the configuration – environment variables, appsettings.json files, wherever your secrets come from, and all the other good stuff – when it’s started,…Continue reading How to replace and reload application settings changes in .NET?