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  • It seems that I can only open a Solution file rather than just a directory.
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  • Visual Studio doesn’t show any of the files like README.md and project.json, it just shows directories and 2. when you attempt to build the project there are ~250 errors (even after entering the /src/[projectName] directory and running dotnet restore in it).
  • Then the csproj files can be opened in VS for Mac.

As the title suggests, I’m simply looking to open the directory that has my .NET Core application (I bootstrapped the application from the dotnet CLI tool with the command dotnet new -t web).

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It seems that I can only open a Solution file rather than just a directory. How would I then generate a Solution, but maintain the development work I’ve already done in this project?

@alexw I have. What ends up happening is 1. Visual Studio doesn’t show any of the files like README.md and project.json, it just shows directories and 2. when you attempt to build the project there are ~250 errors (even after entering the /src/[projectName] directory and running

dotnet restore

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