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'EventSystems' does not exist [Solved]

Discussion in '2019.2 Beta' started by GilCat, May 9, 2019.

  1. GilCat

    GilCat

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    After updating from Unity 2019.2.0a14 to 2019.2.0b1 i get this error:
    The type or namespace name 'EventSystems' does not exist in the namespace 'UnityEngine'
    Can't find any extra package for UI that i have not installed already.
    Is anyone else having this issue?
     
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  2. GilCat

    GilCat

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    The error comes from UniRX plugin.

    Edit: If i remove .asmref files from UniRx folder it removes all errors. So it must be related with the update change regarding this line from the changelog:
    Scripting: Added support for Assembly Definition Reference (.asmref) files. These files allow you to add additional source code directories to an existing Assembly Definition File(.asmdef).
     
    Last edited: May 9, 2019
  3. GilCat

    GilCat

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    You have to edit UniRx.asmref, UniRx.Async.asmref and UniRx.Examples.asmref and add to all of them an Assembly Defenition Reference to Unity.ugui
     
  4. Magic73

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    May you explain better what it should be done?
     
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  5. GilCat

    GilCat

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    Just tried latest version of UniRx (7.0.0) and it works fine out of the box without you having to add those asm definition files.
     
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