1. Don Olliver
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Hi all,

Currently, the AutoCompiler utility only supports compiling .exe applications. Does Appeon have any intention to support .NET targets in future releases - specifically the new .NET assembly feature coming out in PB 2018?

Thanks,

Don Olliver

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Hi Don;

   Here is the official word from Appeon Engineering.  Since the C# targets in PB2018 are based on the .Net Core technology - the external C# compiler to use will be the .Net Framework Standalone Compiler.

Regards ... Chris

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Thank you Chris!



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Hi Don;

   AFAIK: You will be able to just use the MSBuild feature from Microsoft. However, I'll double-check with Appeon Engineering just to make sure and report back here soon.

Great question BTW!

Regards ... Chris

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Thanks Chris. MSBuild cannot be used for the current (PB 2017 R2) .NET assembly targets, correct?



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Correct. PB2017's current C# implementation calls the C# compiler directly as supplied via the MS-Windows SDK installation and not via a Project Solution file that will be present in PB2018 (will use the Roslyn Compiler).

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