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Support plug-in apps targeting `netstandard2.x` TFMs #793
Hi seq team,
I'm trying to update my Seq.App.aspsms nuget with Multi-Target Framework for Seq on Windows and Docker.
I also noticed that Seq is trying to load the net452 and not the .NET standard 2.0 dlls.
Are there any information or instructions available on how an app for Seq 5.0 should look like? Interesting would be of course with availability on Windows and Linux.
Thanks for your feedback
Hi Michael, thanks for the heads-up.The current package installer only looks for .NET Framework TFMs, but this should probably change. I'll transfer this issue to
The app package installer doesn't pull in dependencies - it's necessary to list all of the dependency assemblies in the NUSPEC file - is the Newtonsoft.Json dependency a new addition to your app, or did Seq successfullly load this in the past, but now won't? Thanks!
Hello, Nicolas. Thank you for your information about the new 5.1.2645-pre release. I will try it towards the end of the week, I won't get there before.
We've been using Seq for three years now and are very happy with the product. Since early Seq 5 prereleases I also use a private instance which runs as a docker on a Synology.
I'm happy that you're busy developing Seq and that I can contribute a part to it. I did not know, that it is possible to create an Input App too.
I started now with https://github.com/Hinni/Seq.Input.AzureEventHub - currently we do this "forwarding" with https://github.com/serilog/serilog-sinks-azureeventhub and an Azure Function, but that would be the better way
Hi Michael; if you click into one of those errors, is there any detail in the exception message/stack trace?
To run the app in Seq (5.x), the package is first extracted to a local filesystem folder, e.g.
Once the child process has loaded, Seq starts reading through its
Not sure how much of this info is useful, but might help with interpreting the exception message if we're lucky :-) Cheers!