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Target .NET Standard 1.3 #1318
Adds .NET Core support (by way of targeting .NET Standard 1.3). .NET Framework 4.0 is still a target, but we
So my thought process on this was, since we don't have any analyzers in the native binaries package, there wouldn't be any harm dropping that from the list. I can't currently think of a scenario where we'd add an analyzer, but if we did, who's to say if it would be just for LibGit2Sharp, or all consumers?
Ultimately, regardless of which option we choose, there's a chance it would have to be revisited should the native binaries package actually add an analyzer, so it made sense to me to only include things in the list that we know for sure we don't want downstream consumers to see.
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May 20, 2017
Okay - v0.24 is released based on libgit2 v0.26. Thanks for your patience.
@AArnott would you mind a final update just to fix the merge conflicts (which I think should be minor, but if not, then please let me know and I'm happy to resolve them), and rev the version number, and then we'll merge this?