I been working on a fork of thrive to eventaually get pulled into the main branch and i was trying to use the
check_formatting.rb tool to make sure everything is right but when i run it i get an error when it tries to restore the dotnet tool because it not compatible net60 and only supported netcoreapp3.1, i did install .net 6.0 for a unrelated project but i am not sure how to get the tool use the right version as i did intall .net core 3.1 but that still did not help.
I don’t think it’s relevant
Actual Error Message:
Restoring dotnet tools to make sure they are up to date \AppData\Local\Temp\l23mktj3.mch\restore.csproj : error NU1202: Package JetBrains.ReSharper.GlobalTools 2021.3.1 is not compatible with net60 (.NETFramework,Version=v6.0) / any. Package JetBrains.ReSharper.GlobalTools 2021.3.1 supports: netcoreapp3.1 (.NETCoreApp,Version=v3.1) / any Package "jetbrains.resharper.globaltools" failed to restore, due to Microsoft.DotNet.ToolPackage.ToolPackageException: The tool package could not be restored. at Microsoft.DotNet.Tools.Tool.Install.ProjectRestorer.Restore(FilePath project, PackageLocation packageLocation, String verbosity) at Microsoft.DotNet.ToolPackage.ToolPackageInstaller.InstallPackageToExternalManagedLocation(PackageLocation packageLocation, PackageId packageId, VersionRange versionRange, String targetFramework, String verbosity) at Microsoft.DotNet.Tools.Tool.Restore.ToolRestoreCommand.InstallPackages(ToolManifestPackage package, Nullable`1 configFile) Restore failed. ERROR: Running command failed (if you try running this manually you need to make sure that all the comma separated parts are quoted if they aren't whole words): dotnet, tool, restore Stack trace for error: /RubySetupSystem/RubyCommon.rb:240:in `runOpen3Checked' /check_formatting.rb:233:in `block in install_dotnet_tools' /check_formatting.rb:224:in `synchronize' /check_formatting.rb:224:in `install_dotnet_tools' /check_formatting.rb:732:in `run_inspect_code' /check_formatting.rb:954:in `block in <main>' /check_formatting.rb:972:in `block (2 levels) in <main>'