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Support for "new" csproj format

 
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ccrooks



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PostPosted: Wed Jul 11, 2018 4:03 pm    Post subject: Support for "new" csproj format Reply with quote

We recently update our csproj files to the new "<Project SDK=whatever>" format, the one where you no longer explicitly call out each file included in the project, instead, by convention, they are just included. This is the default format for .NET Core csproj, but it can be used (and we do) for Full Framework projects as well.

The downside seems to be with out Globalizer 3 install, which (after the latest re-scan), has marked a whole bunch of resources in the resx files as Unused.

Does this sound correct (as in, that is probably what happened)? Will updating to Globalizer 4 fix this for us, or is this an unsupported scenario currently? Is there any was of "forcing" it to scan the resx files in certain directories?
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 16, 2018 6:13 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I think you may have the same issue in Globalizer 4.

Can you email a small zipped sample project that demonstrates the problem to support@infralution.com
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