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Feedback: ensure that .NET Core 1.0/1.1 tooling only supported in VS 2017 and won't be supported in VS 2019 #1078
Apologize if my feedback may sound controversial or may spark a debate.
I need to be sure that the problem mentioned on this page about .NET Core 1.0/1.1 tooling is installed when creating new ASP.NET Core 1.0/1.1 project should not happen or should not be supported in VS 2019.
These are my main concerns:
I welcome feedback
Yes, this is an active repo, but last week was a holiday week in the US so most people were on vacation.
I'm not sure I fully follow your question, but because .NET Core 1.0/1.1 will still be in support when Visual Studio 2019 first releases, the component will be available for installation on the Individual Components tab of Visual Studio 2019, and 2019 will continue to support working with 1.0/1.1 projects.
Thanks for your reply!
I know, but .NET Core 1.0/1.1 will have end of support in June 2019, as mentioned in this link:
I imagine this scenario:
Let's say if VS 2019 will have support for .NET Core 1.0/1.1 tooling. Assume VS 2019 will be released on early February 2019. On the other hand, .NET Core 1.0/1.1's support will end on June 2019.
Does this mean VS 2019 will have its own .NET Core 1.0/1.1 tooling? because VS 2017 depends on VS 2015 tooling for .NET Core 1.0/1,1, as often mentioned in previous issues. So please correct me if I'm wrong on this fact.
Visual Studio 2017 has no dependency on VS 2015 for .NET Core tooling. There was a preview extension available for download that would enable Visual Studio 2015 to work with .NET Core projects, but it was never GA and is no longer supported. If you have pointers to where it's been mentioned that VS2017 depends on 2015 I'd like to see that, as that should be corrected.
GA tooling support for .NET Core began in Visual Studio 2017, and is largely orthogonal to the version of .NET Core being targeted. What support really means in this case, is that the runtime and SDK will no longer receive any security fixes. However, the SDK will still be available for download, and as long as the SDK is installed on the machine, Visual Studio is able to open, build, and run those projects and applications.