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"None" element name for include (filename) should be "Content"

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When using the build.cmd command, the following errors are thrown:
\src\Orchard.Web\Modules\CKEditor\CKEditor.csproj(339,6): error : "None" element name for include "Placement.info" should be "Content".
\src\Orchard.Web\Modules\CKEditor\CKEditor.csproj(340,6): error : "None" element name for include "Scripts\ckeditor\.htaccess" should be "Content".
\src\Orchard.Web\Modules\CKEditor\CKEditor.csproj(341,6): error : "None" element name for include "Scripts\ckeditor\ckeditor.pack" should be "Content".
\src\Orchard.Web\Modules\CKEditor\CKEditor.csproj(342,6): error : "None" element name for include "Scripts\ckeditor\ckeditor.php" should be "Content".
\src\Orchard.Web\Modules\CKEditor\CKEditor.csproj(343,6): error : "None" element name for include "Scripts\ckeditor\ckeditor_php4.php" should be "Content".
\src\Orchard.Web\Modules\CKEditor\CKEditor.csproj(344,6): error : "None" element name for include "Scripts\ckeditor\ckeditor_php5.php" should be "Content".
Manual modification of the CKEditor.csproj fixes the problem.

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TheMonarch wrote Nov 12, 2013 at 12:41 PM

Did you mean to file this in the project for CKEditor, or in Orchard Core? CKEditor, and the above warnings have nothing to do with TinyMceDeluxe.

TheMonarch wrote Nov 12, 2013 at 12:42 PM

** Closed by TheMonarch 11/12/2013 5:42AM

Neilski wrote Nov 12, 2013 at 1:23 PM

Apologies, pasted the wrong log data - I will add a new issue with the correct information.

Neilski wrote Nov 12, 2013 at 1:28 PM

When I use the build.cmd command on my Orchard project, I am seeing the following errors:
\src\Orchard.Web\Modules\TinyMceDeluxe\TinyMceDeluxe.csproj(366,6): error : "None" element name for include "Scripts\plugins\syntaxhl\README" should be "Content". 

\src\Orchard.Web\Modules\TinyMceDeluxe\TinyMceDeluxe.csproj(367,6): error : "None" element name for include "Scripts\tinymcedeluxe.orchard.coffee" should be "Content".
Otherwise the module works perfectly. If I modify the .csproj file as indicated, the build.cmd runs without error.