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Multi-Platform SDK Selection

Postby marcb0718 » 31 Oct 2017, 15:23

I saw in the forum and selection guide that the .NET SDK does not support mono so it's currently only for windows platforms. We want to have multi-platform support down the road but not required in next several months. One of the other libraries we are looking at using is mono compliant. If there are plans to support mono in future that would be ideal but I suspect not.

Is there any issue of combining the C++ library with C# based code deployed onto mono?
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Re: Multi-Platform SDK Selection

Postby Support Team » 22 Nov 2017, 16:21

We are currently working on version 3.0 of the .NET SDK.
The main feature is portability to different .NET environments like .NET framework, .NET core, .NET Standard.
The goal is to support all platforms with one SDK version.

It is not recomended to mix C++ and .NET code. This is hard to maintain.
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Re: Multi-Platform SDK Selection

Postby ctgarvey » 23 Jan 2018, 15:45

Hi Folks,
is there any release date for .NET (V2) CORE support?

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Re: Multi-Platform SDK Selection

Postby Support Team » 18 Jun 2019, 19:25

Hello,

the SDK v3.0.0 was released 2019-05-24
It is capable of:

1) .NET Core V2
2) still supports the .NET Framework 4.0, 4.5, 4.6

Both sets of assemblies are included in the package and SDK interface is consistent. You can create applications that run on CoreV2 and those that run on Framework e.g 4.5.
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