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References not correct


Hi there,
I downloaded you source code, however I'm not able to run you code due to several issues:
  • In the XSocketHandler project the references to XSockets.Core & XSockets.External are missing
  • In the ...Shared project reference to EntityFramework is missing (however this can easily be fixed by the Package Manager Console. Probably the first issue can also be fixes by installing XSockets with the NuGet, but still...)
  • Also when starting the XSockets.DevelopmentServer.Console.exe I get "Object reference not set to an instance..." exception
    Anyway, I think the idea of combining WebRTC and XSockets is great and I hope you can fix the above issues, so that we can test it a bit.
    Keep on keeping on with the great stuff :)


dathor wrote Apr 22, 2012 at 8:10 PM

I think this may be an "issue" related to the Nugets?

gjovanov wrote Apr 24, 2012 at 3:55 PM

I installed manually XSockets through PackageManagerConsole and the references were fixed. Then I noticed that the post-build commands weren't working correctly you I put them into two separate lines and this was fixed too: copy "$(TargetPath)", "$(SolutionDir)XSockets.WebRTC.Prototype.Shared\XSockets\DevelopmentServer\XSocketServerPlugins\" copy "$(TargetPath)" "$(SolutionDir)XSocketHandler\XSockets\DevelopmentServer\XSocketServerPlugins\" I followed your documentation and corrected my IP as well as fixed the <add key="RefPath" value and when I start the server either through the console line or by starting the XSockets.Debug.Console project, I get the following error: Object reference not set to an instance of an object. Stack trace: at XSockets.DevelopmentServer.Start..ctor() at XSockets.Debug.Console.Program.Main(String[] args) in C:\Users\Venusart\Desktop\XSockets.WebRTC.Prototype.Shared\XSockets.Debug.Console\Program.cs:line 21 Any suggestions?

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