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martin

Re: .NET Core 2.0 compatible version

@crittag: We plan to release a beta version within a month.
crittag

.NET Core 2.0 compatible version

Is there any further update on when v5.14 will be available?

I'm in the process of porting my standard code libraries from .NET Framework to .NET Core 2.0 for a new project and this would be really helpful as sFTP is used regularly in our work.
martin

@hepshaw: Sent.
hepshaw

@martin: Yes, please. That would be fantastic.
martin

@hepshaw: 5.14 won't be released in next few weeks.
I can send you a development build, if you want.
hepshaw

I see that there is a fix for this in 5.14. When will this be available? I have a project due tomorrow and I can't refactor everything I've done.:(
martin

I've emailed you the NuGet package.
wongwaijeremy

Thank you very much. This is useful.
wongwaijeremy

<invalid hyperlink removed by admin>
Here is it.
There is two project,

WinScpNetCore
Class library for WinSCP Util


WinScpNetCore.Web
Web API Host of ASP.NET CORE 2.0
martin

Re: WinSCPNet.dll not found when executing in an ASP.NET Core 2.0 application

Can you reproduce the problem with a new small project that you can share with us?
wongwaijeremy

WinSCPNet.dll not found when executing in an ASP.NET Core 2.0 application

I came from https://github.com/dotps1/WinSCP/issues/65.
I download the development-only package which can deploy to .NET core 2.0 application and I tested on console app too.
My application involves multiple project, one Web Host project and multiple class library project.
I added the dll
WinSCP-20180424rnetstandard2-Automation\netstandard2.0\WinSCPnet.dll
as reference into a class library project "Core" only.
Also, I copy the
WinSCP-20180424rnetstandard2-Automation\WinSCP.exe
to the output directory at the same level with WinSCPNet.dll at "Core" project.

Did I do something wrong?
Where should I put the WinSCP.exe or the assembly at?