Warning "not contained within a project that supports code"

Discussion in 'Microsoft C# .NET' started by Peter Morris, Oct 16, 2008.

  1. Peter Morris

    Peter Morris Guest

    When I compile a WinForm app I get the following warning:

    The file
    'C:\Data\CustomerProjects\Inteevo\Projects\AlterEgo\AlterEgo\WizardStepControls\SceneSettingsStepControl.cs'
    does not support code parsing or generation because it is not contained
    within a project that supports code.

    I am a bit confused by this. It's a UserControl within a WinForm app. In
    what way is this a project that does not support code?



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    Peter Morris, Oct 16, 2008
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