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.NET 4.5+ Framework support #28

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MistyKuu opened this Issue Jun 5, 2017 · 5 comments

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MistyKuu commented Jun 5, 2017

Any chance of releasing .NET framework version side by side with .NET standard? There is a bug in last .NET framework version.

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mmanela Jun 6, 2017

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@MistyKuu I thought you can use .netstandard from .net framework?

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mmanela commented Jun 6, 2017

@MistyKuu I thought you can use .netstandard from .net framework?

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Yes I can but if I reference it from framework it adds about 20 dependencies from nets tankard and I don't want to include them

MistyKuu commented Jun 6, 2017

Yes I can but if I reference it from framework it adds about 20 dependencies from nets tankard and I don't want to include them

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Sure, I am not against multi-targeting but I do not have time to play with it right now. I would gladly accept a PR if you wanted to.

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mmanela commented Jun 6, 2017

Sure, I am not against multi-targeting but I do not have time to play with it right now. I would gladly accept a PR if you wanted to.

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MistyKuu Jun 6, 2017

Can I build it myself from your sources and use it or is it against your license?

MistyKuu commented Jun 6, 2017

Can I build it myself from your sources and use it or is it against your license?

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VahidN Jun 6, 2017

You can use dotnet pack to do it automatically

  <TargetFrameworks>net35;net40;net45;net46;netstandard1.0;netstandard1.3</TargetFrameworks>    

  <Target Name="PostcompileScript" AfterTargets="Build" Condition=" '$(IsCrossTargetingBuild)' != 'true' ">
    <Exec Command="dotnet pack --no-build --configuration $(Configuration)" />
  </Target>

VahidN commented Jun 6, 2017

You can use dotnet pack to do it automatically

  <TargetFrameworks>net35;net40;net45;net46;netstandard1.0;netstandard1.3</TargetFrameworks>    

  <Target Name="PostcompileScript" AfterTargets="Build" Condition=" '$(IsCrossTargetingBuild)' != 'true' ">
    <Exec Command="dotnet pack --no-build --configuration $(Configuration)" />
  </Target>
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