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Update sample projects according to the newest LLVM# API + .Net Core 2.0 #58

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And fix some stupid errors. 馃槀

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I also recommend you to make the use of Travis CI.

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I also recommend you to make the use of Travis CI.

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My last commit ask Travis CI to build LLVM#. Travis CI will only send you email when you pushed uncompilable code(rather than simply build fail).

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My last commit ask Travis CI to build LLVM#. Travis CI will only send you email when you pushed uncompilable code(rather than simply build fail).

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@mjsabby @martinwoodward 馃槃 Please carefully review and merge my pull request

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@mjsabby @martinwoodward 馃槃 Please carefully review and merge my pull request

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@ice1000 can you squash merge into a single commit? Also, is there a reason why you removed "this." from your changes?

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@ice1000 can you squash merge into a single commit? Also, is there a reason why you removed "this." from your changes?

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is there a reason why you removed "this." from your changes?

It's..ahh just personal reason. I'll revert those changes.

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Can you do this as the merger? I've seen the github blog and it says there's a button like this

link: https://github.com/blog/2141-squash-your-commits

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is there a reason why you removed "this." from your changes?

It's..ahh just personal reason. I'll revert those changes.

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Can you do this as the merger? I've seen the github blog and it says there's a button like this

link: https://github.com/blog/2141-squash-your-commits

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All this. are reverted. Please check and squash merge.

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All this. are reverted. Please check and squash merge.

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@mjsabby 馃槂 CI check done. Everything's ready

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@mjsabby 馃槂 CI check done. Everything's ready

@mjsabby mjsabby merged commit c4fcf6c into Microsoft:master Oct 12, 2017

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Thanks @ice1000, merged.

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mjsabby commented Oct 12, 2017

Thanks @ice1000, merged.

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