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    This repo contains the .NET Core foundational libraries, called CoreFX. It includes classes for collections, file systems, console, XML, async and many others.

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September 2018

Created a pull request in dotnet/corert that received 1 comment

Make CustomAttributeData's AttributeType virtual

dotnet/corefx#31614 This will allow Reflection providers the option to supply the attribute type without building an entire constructor.

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Created an issue in dotnet/corefxlab that received 1 comment

Test Debt: System.Reflection.TypeLoader.Tests.dll will need lots of work to run on AOT platforms.

This issue isn't actionable until we productize System.Reflection.TypeLoader to corefx but I'm opening this now to persist the action items. While S…

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