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@johnsheehan @perlun @alex-mtx
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*** IMPORTANT CHANGE IN RESTSHARP VERSION 103 ***
In 103.0, JSON.NET was removed as a dependency.
If this is still installed in your project and no other libraries depend on
it you may remove it from your installed packages.
There is one breaking change: the default Json*Serializer* is no longer
compatible with Json.NET. To use Json.NET for serialization, copy the code
from https://github.com/restsharp/RestSharp/blob/86b31f9adf049d7fb821de8279154f41a17b36f7/RestSharp/Serializers/JsonSerializer.cs
and register it with your request:
var request = new RestRequest();
request.JsonSerializer = new Shared.JsonSerializer();
then you can use it in a client:
var client = new RestClient();
client.Post(request);
The default Json*Deserializer* is mostly compatible, but it does not support
all features which Json.NET has (like the ability to support a custom [JsonConverter]
by decorating a certain property with an attribute). If you need these features, you
must take care of the deserialization yourself to get it working.