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dotnet all the things #245

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bricelam commented Jun 3, 2015

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muratg commented Jun 3, 2015

@@ -8,7 +8,7 @@
"net45": {
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"dnx451": { },

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Can dnx451, net45 also be removed if we have dotnet listed (and we aren't using them to #ifdef in the code?)

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Can dnx451, net45 also be removed if we have dotnet listed (and we aren't using them to #ifdef in the code?)

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We're still waiting to see how far back dotnet should go. Today it's net46 but it might be net45

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We're still waiting to see how far back dotnet should go. Today it's net46 but it might be net45

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onovotny Jun 9, 2015

Is there (and if not, can there be) any sort of public notes on the tfn's/monikers/compat matrix? I.e., what's this supposed to mean w.r.t. netcore_, net_, etc?

Thanks!

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onovotny Jun 9, 2015

Is there (and if not, can there be) any sort of public notes on the tfn's/monikers/compat matrix? I.e., what's this supposed to mean w.r.t. netcore_, net_, etc?

Thanks!

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Soon

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Soon

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ddobric Aug 30, 2015

anything new on this topic?

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anything new on this topic?

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I think the answer continues to be "soon"

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I think the answer continues to be "soon"

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@ddobric, Oren wrote a nice blog post on the subject: Demystifying PCLs, .NET Core, DNX and UWP

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@ddobric, Oren wrote a nice blog post on the subject: Demystifying PCLs, .NET Core, DNX and UWP

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ddobric Aug 31, 2015

Thx, I know that post. In the meantime embedded team unleashed few more frameworks. I hoped netcore will help us to consolidate all of frameworks.right now I have a feeling we will soon get more frameworks => confusion than ever before. New concept is so good, that using of framework as mandatory artifact seems to be obsolete (optional).

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Thx, I know that post. In the meantime embedded team unleashed few more frameworks. I hoped netcore will help us to consolidate all of frameworks.right now I have a feeling we will soon get more frameworks => confusion than ever before. New concept is so good, that using of framework as mandatory artifact seems to be obsolete (optional).

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Grochni Sep 3, 2015

@ddobric, there are two more blog posts by Oren Novotny, that are worth to read (just to have this information spread a bit):
http://oren.codes/2015/06/09/pcls-net-core-dnx-and-uwp/
http://oren.codes/2015/07/29/targeting-net-core/
They clarified things quite well for me.

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Grochni Sep 3, 2015

@ddobric, there are two more blog posts by Oren Novotny, that are worth to read (just to have this information spread a bit):
http://oren.codes/2015/06/09/pcls-net-core-dnx-and-uwp/
http://oren.codes/2015/07/29/targeting-net-core/
They clarified things quite well for me.

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