A quick google says this is possible, but I can't find out how?
I want to play around with SignalR-Core and service fabric. The latest
The current version of ServiceFabric's libraries
for the other libraries) target
(I think?.. Anyone know how to quickly check what frameworks a nuget package targets?). From what I'm aware
libraries can run on any framework
so that shouldn't be a problem.
My service fabric application project targets
and I'm running VS2017 with whatever the latest update is as of today.
When I try and install the package with
install-package Microsoft.AspNetCore.SignalR -pre
install-package : Package Microsoft.AspNetCore.SignalR 1.0.0-alpha1-26359 is not compatible with net461 (.NETFramework,Version=v4.6.1). Package Microsoft.AspNetCore.SignalR 1.0.0-alpha1-26359 supports: netstandard2.0 (.NETStandard,Version=v2.0)
What am I missing here? Is there some csproj trickery I have to do that the powershell script/VS2017 isn't aware of yet? Will this only be a feature when .NET Core 2.0 is released proper?