Visual Studio for Mac : Delete all ‘bin’ and ‘obj’ with script

Open a terminal where your source codes are stored, and give out the following command:

sudo find . -iname "bin" -o -iname "obj" | xargs rm -rf

Type your superuser password when the terminal prompts it. This will clean up some hard disk space for you.

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Azure DevOps / VisualStudio.com hosted version controlling with SourceTree on MacOSX

If you want to access your Git based repository with SourceTree, you need to genereate a Personal Access Token for your account in DevOps. Follow the tutorial above:

https://docs.microsoft.com/hu-hu/azure/devops/organizations/accounts/use-personal-access-tokens-to-authenticate?view=azure-devops&viewFallbackFrom=vsts&tabs=preview-page

After you have done with setting up PAT, set up SourceTree on Mac:

  1. SourceTree > Preferences
  2. Accounts > Add…

Enter your devops server url. ex: https://AnAwesomeCompany.visualstudio.com/
As username, enter your e-mail address
As password, paste your private access token
Set the protocol to HTTPS.

After the success configuration, you will see your remote repositories on the main screen of Remotes section.

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Multilingual App Toolkit build fail Visual Studio Mac-en

ProjectName is Multilingual build enabled, but the Multilingual App Toolkit is unavailable during the build

Mivel a Mac-es VS-hez nincs Multilingual App Toolkit, ezért ideiglenesen ki kell kapcsolni a buildből a Toolkitet. Ezt a solution unloadolásával tehetjük meg, majd szerkesztjük a .csproj fájlt a következőek szerint:

A fájl végén található Import tageket ki-XML-kommentezzük:

<!-- <Import Project="$(MSBuildExtensionsPath)\Microsoft\Multilingual App Toolkit\Microsoft.Multilingual.ResxResources.targets" Label="MultilingualAppToolkit" Condition="Exists('$(MSBuildExtensionsPath)\Microsoft\Multilingual App Toolkit\v$(MultilingualAppToolkitVersion)\Microsoft.Multilingual.ResxResources.targets')" /> -->
  <!-- <Target Name="MATPrerequisite" BeforeTargets="PrepareForBuild" Condition="!Exists('$(MSBuildExtensionsPath)\Microsoft\Multilingual App Toolkit\Microsoft.Multilingual.ResxResources.targets')" Label="MultilingualAppToolkit">
    <Warning Text="$(MSBuildProjectFile) is Multilingual build enabled, but the Multilingual App Toolkit is unavailable during the build. If building with Visual Studio, please check to ensure that toolkit is properly installed." />
  </Target> -->
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