Last post Jun 22, 2017 07:29 PM by RBennett010
Jun 08, 2017 12:26 AM|RBennett010|LINK
Jun 08, 2017 12:49 AM|bruce (sqlwork.com)|LINK
you would install the daily build, and change your project to reference it. you should follow the source on GitHub to follow code changes. I assume you using the vs2017 15.3 preview. you don't say where you are having an issue.
Jun 08, 2017 02:44 PM|RBennett010|LINK
I tried following the steps here:
But when it gets down to the part about "Using your local CoreFx build" and getting the version number, I'm coming up empty. I can't find "Microsoft.Private.CoreFx.NETCoreApp.<version>.nupkg" anywhere on my Windows machine.
Am I following the wrong GitHub steps or something?
Oh, and yeah, sorry, I'm running VS2017 Preview 15.3 (26510.0-Preview).
Jun 12, 2017 07:55 AM|Edward Z|LINK
>> Using your local CoreFx build
Have you built CoreFx in local? For this step, I assume you need to clone
dotnet/corefx and build your local CoreFx package, and then reference it as it descripted.
Jun 12, 2017 06:00 PM|RBennett010|LINK
I must be missing something then.
Yes, I've got both coreclr and corefx building locally. And I have a console app that seems to be running against my local coreclr build. But for some reason I can't seem to get anything working with corefx. What am I missing? How do I make sure to reference
the local build of corefx?
Jun 13, 2017 07:15 AM|Edward Z|LINK
Do you mean you build corefx in locally and you did not find Microsoft.Private.CoreFx.NETCoreApp.<version>.nupkg under corefx\bin\packages\Debug ?
If so, could you share us how you build corefx step by step? I will try to follow your steps at my side.
Jun 14, 2017 03:14 PM|RBennett010|LINK
I was finally able to get corefx to build and found the file info I needed. Once I got all that working, I tried kicking the tires on DirectoryServices - but apparently it's not quite ready for testing (https://github.com/dotnet/corefx/issues/20951). Thanks
for everyone's help in getting me rolling!
Now I just need to wait patiently for the DLL to get worked on....
Jun 15, 2017 02:07 AM|TonyHelp|LINK
Perfectly, you could build corefx locally.
Would you mind sharing me how to build corefx locally? I tried it, I failed. I am not sure the right steps to build it locally.
Thanks in advance.
Jun 22, 2017 07:29 PM|RBennett010|LINK
Sorry, I had moved on to other things. I'll lob out some quick items and hope they help...
1. Take a look at this page and make sure you have all the prerequisites installed:
2. Make sure you've used the installed GIT utility to clone each repository locally (coreclr and corefx).
3. Then make sure you navigate to each local directory within the Command Prompt window and execute the respective commands to build them
Build CORECLR first: build.cmd release skiptests
Build COREFX second: build.cmd --release --skiptests
If things burp, try dumping the "bin" subfolder, or running "clean.cmd" from the Command Prompt, and then try again.
Hope that helps...