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Support for CoreCLR as a runtime platform (including Linux, iOS)

Scenario: pre-build an ASP.NET v5 app on Windows but run it on Linux and iOS using .NETCore.

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    gfraiteurAdmingfraiteur (Admin, PostSharp Technologies) shared this idea  ·   ·  Admin →

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      • gfraiteurAdmingfraiteur (Admin, PostSharp Technologies) commented  · 

        Hi Gustin,

        We'll have experimental support for UWP in the next build of PostSharp 5.0. UWP = .NET Core + WinRT + .NET Native.We won't have support for .NET Native yet.

      • GustinGustin commented  · 

        Hi Gael,

        is it still planned for 4.4?
        Do you already see a rough schedule for it?

        BACKGROUND
        PostSharp was always one of my favorite tools - for several years.
        However, as participating in multiple projects based on .NET Core, I haven't been able to use it in recent several months. Therefore, I'm impatiently waiting for a release that already supports .NET Core.
        Actually, I already have the approval to buy several commercial licences for my team. It just should be there with the .NET Core support :)

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