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.NET Core SDK 2.2.100 with runtime 2.2.0 #2758

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xt0rted opened this Issue Dec 4, 2018 · 7 comments

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@FeodorFitsner FeodorFitsner added this to the next-images-update milestone Dec 4, 2018

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peppy commented Dec 7, 2018

Is there somewhere we can find an ETA on the next image update?

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IlyaFinkelshteyn commented Dec 10, 2018

sorry for the late reply, we were in the process of datacenter migration last couple of weeks. This type of activity does not coexist well with image update :) Please watch this milestone which we hope to land by the end of the week.

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IlyaFinkelshteyn commented Dec 15, 2018

Installed on Visual Studio 2017 image. Keeping it open but not sure of we need to install it on Visual Studio 2015.

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skoruba commented Dec 26, 2018

I get following error in my latest build: error NETSDK1045: The current .NET SDK does not support targeting .NET Core 2.2. Either target .NET Core 2.1 or lower, or use a version of the .NET SDK that supports .NET Core 2.2. - is it related to this issue? Thanks.

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IlyaFinkelshteyn commented Dec 26, 2018

@skoruba I believe this is related to https://ci.appveyor.com/project/JanSkoruba/identityserver4-admin, right? Yes, it is related -- SDK and runtime were updated on Visual Studio 2017 image, while you use default one (Visual Studio 2017). I see that you use UI (not YAML), so you can change it in the Environment tab. Generally it is a better choice to use Visual Studio 2017 image for modern .NET Cpore development long term. Let us know if this helps.

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skoruba commented Dec 26, 2018

@IlyaFinkelshteyn I've changed it in Environment to Visual Studio 2017 and works really well.
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Wasapl commented Dec 26, 2018

On Ubuntus dotnet-sdk-2.2 updated to version 2.2.101 as a part of Linux images update.

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