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Can not use .NET std Thrift.dll in .NET Framework due to missing dependency



    • Improvement
    • Status: Open
    • Minor
    • Resolution: Unresolved
    • 0.13.0
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    • netstd - Library
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      I could build Thrift .NET Std quite easily with dotnet on MSVC and Linux. However when trying to use it in a .NET Framework project, I can not get past the following error:

      src\gen-netstd\MyThriftAPI.cs(54,23): error CS0012: The type 'ValueTask<>' is defined in an assembly that is not referenced. You must add a reference to assembly 'System.Threading.Tasks.Extensions, Version=, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=cc7b13ffcd2ddd51'. [C:\data\Debug\WPFGui\WPFGui_w0ude4yv_wpftmp.csproj]

      I've spent by now almost a full day to try different variations of workarounds. What I could find on the web was:

      • Switch to a newer .NET Framework. But 4.7.2 did not help.
      • Remove the reference to "System.Threading.Tasks.Extensions" from Thrift. This causes an alternative transitive reference to "System.Threading.Tasks.Extensions, Version=" (last digit zero instead of one) instead, but does not help
      • Build Thrift with netstandard2.1 instead of netstandard2.0. This causes further undefined references of netstandard2.0.
      • Install "System.Threading.Tasks.Extensions" 4.5.3 from NuGet. This did not make any difference

       I'm at the end of my wit here. Did other people experience this problem, and/or who can use Thrift for .NET Std in a WPF application? Any tips or tricks? Help would be greatly appreciated!




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            emmenlau Mario Emmenlauer
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