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VS2011 BETA: Error : DEP3000 : Attempts to stop the application failed. This may cause the deployment to fail

Scriam cateva teste pentru o aplicatie metro pe Windows8 cand m-am trezit cu urmatoarea eroare:
    Error : DEP3000 : Attempts to stop the application failed. This may cause the deployment to fail.
    AppX packages may only be shutdown as part of a Visual Studio build operation.
    Error : DEP1100 : Cannot delete file "Assets\Logo.png" from the layout.
    Access to the path 'C:\..\bin\x86\Debug\AppX\Assets\Logo.png' is denied.
    An internal error occurred while launching test executor for Windows Metro style app.
Tot ce trebuie sa faceti este sa stergeti directorul 'bin' din proiectul de teste si problema ar trebuie sa dispara.

Putin mai tarziu cand scriam testele m-am trezit cu urmatoarea eroare:

An internal error occured while launching test executor for Windows Metro style ap.
Din pacate aceasta eroare nu iti spune foarte multe si nu stii care poate sa fie cauza. Dupa ce m-am jucat putin cu proiectul am descoperit si problema. In proiectul de deste aveam referit un proiect de UI (Windows Metro style project).
Solutia a fost simpla, am eliminat proiectul referit. Dar as fi vrut sa adaug si teste pentru View Module. Acest lucru nu este posibil in acest moment, deoarece nu se pot face teste pentru proiectele de tipul Windows Metro style. In schimb puteti sa adaguti View Module-urile intr-un proiect separat de tip library.
Sistem de operare: Windows 8 Consumer Preview
VS: Visual Studio 2011 BETA

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