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Improve missing targeting pack error handling

See original GitHub issue

Today, in the implementation so far, we have: GenerateErrorForMissingTargetingPacks that is set to false for all design-time builds:

But we want an error in design-time builds when restore has happened. Should this instead be conditioned on the presence of an assets file + !design-time like other targets?

We also discussed special handling to surface errors from packagedownload of targeting pack to project system.

cc @dsplaisted @davkean

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  • State:open
  • Created 5 years ago
  • Reactions:1
  • Comments:7 (7 by maintainers)

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nguerreracommented, Feb 11, 2019

IMHO, It’s critical that we have a high-ranked error in the error list when the targeting pack could not be found.

nguerreracommented, Feb 11, 2019

Indeed, let’s sync up on this. 😃

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