that said, i’d like to see a test case for this error. is that with. project reference between the two projects?
Yes - Class Lib made in Water and changed to .NET Core 2.0. ASP .NET Core Web Application created in VS. Web App has a reference to Class Lib. I’ll try in Water
I’ve opened solution in Water (with C# project WAS .NET Core Web Application) and I’ve got error
This project type is not supported by EBuild: WebApplication2.csproj
Nothing happens when I create new ASP .NET Web Application - I hoped to change standard Webb App to .NET Core Web Ppp
ah, see. i missed that one of the projects is vc#, for example. that probably won’t work for now that mixture. but i f you give me a testcase i can take a closer look.
Of course I’ll give you test case 10 minutes
No rush, I won’t get to it today.
I understand, but my step will be ready
NETCoreTestCase.zip (490.7 KB)
Have a nice day you are starting, we have 1pm
7:30 am time
Any news with .NET Core? Thanks
No, busy week.
But note that even once I look at this, mixing Elements and Visual C# .NET Core projects (via project refs) won’t be supported for a while. I suggest you stuck to pure-Elements solutions (any reason you need VC# for the other?) or use a non-project reference.
If I had ASP .NET Core Web App project for elements - I want to make Web Api and run it on Linux.
ASP.NET Core support will be coming soon, but is not ready yet. few more weeks, i’m afraid.
not yet, no. sorry.
Arw we talking about core 1 or 2?
Either. We don’t currently have any templates for any of .NET Core. We did support building for .NET Core (any version), with some manual project adjustments (mainly, adjust references & set the Target Framework, see other threads for this), but we don’t et support runnning/debugging .NET Core from the IDE, nor do we support ASP.NET Core, specifically in any way.
All that’s on our list for the very near future, it’s just not quite there yet.
Hi, any news from ASP .NET Core? We really need it, because we’ve made a decision to cancel windows subscription, move to trial Windows Server and by the end of trial move our WCF services to ASP .NET Core API to Linux machine Can’t wait for your great work and take some time to rewrite our service.
This week’s beta (ie day after tomorrow) will have .NET Core tool chain improvements (and .NET Core debugging, on Windows at least). Next week’s will probably have templates, if all goes according to plan.
Great info Can’t wait for testing