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Redis is not supported for .netCore, any plans? #121

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eashi commented Nov 9, 2015

I wanted to use Redis with .net core, but it is not supported. Will this be supported anytime in the future?

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Tratcher commented Nov 9, 2015

We're waiting on support from StackExchange.Redis. @rustd?

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muratg commented Nov 11, 2015

@eashi closing this one as the work is tracked on StackExchange repo.

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muratg commented Dec 10, 2015

@rustd What's the work on our end?

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rustd commented Dec 11, 2015

Update Microsoft.Extensions.Caching.Redis to take a dependency on this package so users can use ASP.NET 5 Caching with Redis on .NET Core
https://github.com/aspnet/Caching/blob/dev/src/Microsoft.Extensions.Caching.Redis/project.json

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muratg commented Sep 2, 2016

If Nick gets SE.Redis RTM'd, we'll do this.

kichalla added a commit that referenced this issue Sep 13, 2016

Updated StackExchange.Redis package to RTM
[Fixes #121] Redis is not supported for .netCore, any plans?

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atrauzzi commented Oct 23, 2016

Would anyone happen to know when we can expect to see this ready for use?

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atrauzzi commented Oct 29, 2016

@Tratcher - Are there any special steps I have to take to get this version of the package into my project?

When I add "Microsoft.Extensions.Caching.Redis": "1.1.0-preview1-final",, my references show as being unable to resolve it.

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atrauzzi commented Oct 29, 2016

Ah, nevermind, looks like I needed to add this to my Nuget.Config:

<add key="aspnet-dev" value="https://dotnet.myget.org/F/aspnetcore-dev/api/v3/index.json" />

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Tratcher commented Oct 29, 2016

that shouldn't have been required... that package isn't even on the aspnetcore-dev feed, it's only on nuget.org.

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atrauzzi commented Oct 30, 2016

@Tratcher - Odd. The only way I could keep visual studio from barking at me was by adding that feed. I'll be honest, the nuget package stuff isn't always the most predictable. So I might have missed something.

Is there anything you'd like me to check, just to be certain?

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muratg commented Oct 31, 2016

@atrauzzi does using cmdline (i.e. dotnet restore) fail as well? (when you only have nuget.org in your nuget.config.)

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atrauzzi commented Oct 31, 2016

Yeah, it did actually. Guess it's just a VS thing?

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muratg commented Oct 31, 2016

Yeah, I guess. @sayedihashimi thoughts? It looks like restore is failing on VS, but working fine on cmd line...

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atrauzzi commented Oct 31, 2016

It's not a big deal for me if I can work around it, I understand that there's probably going to be a lot of shifting as msbuild is brought back into view.

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LonghronShen commented Apr 15, 2017

Hi there, I have one question. Why the rel/1.0.2 branch still use StackExchange.Redis.StrongName (>= 1.0.333) dependency rather than StackExchange.Redis.StrongName (>= 1.1.605) which rel/1.1.x has? And since rel/1.1.x supports .NET Standard platform, why not make LTS branch support it?

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