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Hello, this is a pretty straightforward bug that I think you may fix it in a tad.
On .NET 4.0, at least, we can use the following program:
var projectFile = "../../ListCompileFiles.csproj";
var projectInfo = new Project(projectFile);
Console.WriteLine("'Compile' items list: ");
foreach (var item in projectInfo.Items)
if (item.ItemType == "Compile")
Console.WriteLine("Compile item: " + item.EvaluatedInclude);
Console.WriteLine("Listing complete. Total " + projectInfo.Items.Count() + " entries.");
On Mono though, it will not work, showing always 0 projectInfo.Items.
If we change line 2 to:
var projectInfo = new Project(XmlReader.Create(projectFile));
Then the code works just fine on both platforms!
Should use XmlReader.Create() instead of ProjectRootElement.Create() (which it uses with the result of XmlReader.Create()!.
A pull request on mono/mono github repo will follow this bug entry.
The pull request proposing a fix for this issue is:
I hope it helps! :)