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tsc.exe exited with code 1 #3828


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klawsuc created

Using build 4.4.0 (Core + Angular), Visual Studio 2017, Typescript 2.5 (installed VS extension). I get the following error when I try to build the *.Web.Host project.

npm - v5.4.1 node - v6.11.3 tsc - v0.8.3.1


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    klawsuc created

    I also have a solution built on 4.1.1 and it works fine. The one thing I did for the 4.4.0 build is to add the nuget package System.ComponentModel.TypeConverter to all the projects as proposed at #3739@78245cf2-355c-4cd1-a9a8-be05b24814ae

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    klawsuc created

    I turned on detailed logging and here is where the issue occurs:

    C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SDKs\TypeScript\tsc.exe --project "C:\inetpub\myproject_4.4.0\src\MyProject.Web.Host\e2e\tsconfig.json" --listEmittedFiles --locale en-US
    Unknown output: Unknown extension for file: "C:\inetpub\myproject_4.4.0\src\MyProject.Web.Host\e2e\tsconfig.json". Only .ts and .d.ts extensions are allowed.
    Unknown output: Unknown extension for file: "en-US". Only .ts and .d.ts extensions are allowed.
    Unknown output: Unknown option 'project'
    Unknown output: Use the '--help' flag to see options
    Unknown output: Unknown option 'listEmittedFiles'
    Unknown output: Use the '--help' flag to see options
    Unknown output: Unknown option 'locale'
    Unknown output: Use the '--help' flag to see options
    C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SDKs\TypeScript\2.5\build\Microsoft.TypeScript.targets(247,5): error MSB6006: "tsc.exe" exited with code 1.
    
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    klawsuc created

    Digging a bit further, looks like Target CompileTypeScriptWithTSConfig: Task "VsTsc" are running C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SDKs\TypeScript\tsc.exe which is an old VS 2012 file. How do I force it to use C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SDKs\TypeScript\2.5\tsc.exe?

    I already have the following in the csproj file:

    <TypeScriptToolsVersion>2.5</TypeScriptToolsVersion>
    
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    klawsuc created

    Seems like I'm just talking to myself here but in case someone comes across this and has an answer. I added the following to csproj but I not sure what the side effects might be:

    <TypeScriptCompileBlocked>true</TypeScriptCompileBlocked>
    

    Here is the log related to the tsc where I had an issue previously

    Target PreComputeCompileTypeScriptWithTSConfig:
    Using "VsTsc" task from assembly "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SDKs\TypeScript\2.5\build\TypeScript.Tasks.dll".
    Task "VsTsc"
        Unknown output: TypeScript compile is skipped because the TypeScriptCompileBlocked property is set to 'true'.
    Done executing task "VsTsc".
    Task "VsTsc"
        Unknown output: TypeScript compile is skipped because the TypeScriptCompileBlocked property is set to 'true'.
    Done executing task "VsTsc".
    Target CompileTypeScriptWithTSConfig:
      Task "VsTsc"
        Unknown output: TypeScript compile is skipped because the TypeScriptCompileBlocked property is set to 'true'.
    Done executing task "VsTsc".
      Task "VsTsc"
        Unknown output: TypeScript compile is skipped because the TypeScriptCompileBlocked property is set to 'true'.
     Done executing task "VsTsc".
    
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    ismcagdas created
    Support Team

    Hi @klawsuc,

    You actually don't need compiling typescript files. Angular-cli builds & publishes angular application. Do you use merged solution or seperate We.Host & angular solutions ?

    Thanks.

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    klawsuc created

    Still having an issue trying to get the site published properly. One thing I noticed is that tsc.exe is being called at C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SDKs\TypeScript\tsc.exe. That version is for VS 2012 (which I still have installed for legacy apps). However I have TS 2.1, 2.3, and 2.5 installed in their respective directories. In the project file I specify the target TS to be 2.5 (<TypeScriptToolsVersion>Latest</TypeScriptToolsVersion>). So the error happens at

    C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SDKs\TypeScript\2.5\build\Microsoft.TypeScript.targets(247,5): error MSB6006: "tsc.exe" exited with code 1.
    

    But the initial tsc file that's called is

    C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SDKs\TypeScript\tsc.exe --project "C:\inetpub\SquireLab_angular_4.1.1\aspnet-core\src\SquireLab.Web.Host\e2e\tsconfig.json" --listEmittedFiles --locale en-US
    

    Is it normal for two different tsc programs to be called? Is there a way to only use 2.5?

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    klawsuc created

    Also I want to clarify that I merged core and angular properly for the 4.1.1 version. I followed the instructions at <a class="postlink" href="https://www.aspnetzero.com/Documents/Merge-Angular-Client-Server">https://www.aspnetzero.com/Documents/Me ... ent-Server</a> I notice it states Angular 2 so I'm not sure if using core + angular 4 is different.

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    klawsuc created

    Maybe someone can benefit from my two wasted days. Adding the following to the *.Web.Host.csporj file allowed me to build the application. In my case I wanted to use Typescript 2.5. I'm not sure why setting the TypeScriptToolsVersion property doesn't work properly...i.e. some of the calls are still made to "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SDKs\TypeScript\tsc.exe"

    <PropertyGroup>
        <TscToolPath>C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SDKs\TypeScript\2.5</TscToolPath>
      </PropertyGroup>
    

    Also the instructions at <a class="postlink" href="https://www.aspnetzero.com/Documents/Merge-Angular-Client-Server">https://www.aspnetzero.com/Documents/Me ... ent-Server</a> failed to mention that you need to make sure outDir in .angular-cli.json is set to wwwroot/dist. This is already the case in 4.4.0 when downloading an already merged app but was not in 4.1.1 having to manually merge the client with server app.

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    alper created
    Support Team

    thanks for your feedback ;)