FIX. Telerik Upgrade API Analyzer Remove dependency on System.Threading.Tasks.Dataflow
Currently the only way to have this work on a windows 10 machine with vs2017 is to install a depreciated version of Build tools 2015. Which causes some conflicts with vs2017 backwards compatibility.
Posted on:19 Apr 2018 11:22
Thank you for the suggestion.
We will test this approach and if everything is working as expected, we will add it in some of our next official releases.
Posted on:20 Mar 2018 11:38
That’s fine, but can you then add it to the installer, so that users don’t have to install unnecessary additional software just to get the dependency on their system? Currently Installing Built tools 2015 is the only to get the dependency as far as I am aware.
Posted on:19 Mar 2018 13:04
Thank you for the feedback.
We had investigated the case and as it turns out removing the System.Threading.Task.Dataflow dependency is not possible with the current implementation of UpgradeAPI Analyzer.