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Comments (4)

  1. That’s the plan. Long paths will work if (1) the OS supports it and (2) the app is targeting .NET Framework 4.6.2. However, it’s important to keep in mind that Windows is large not every API and component will support long paths but we consider those bugs at this point. Same is true with .NET itself. We haven’t yet updated the VM to support loading DLLs on long paths. So take this feature in .NET Framework 4.6.2 as a large step in the right direction, but don’t expect that Long Path issues are completely gone yet.

  2. I’m running into a conflict between System.Globalization and the new System.Web.Globalization namespace introduced in this version, that only appears at runtime. Details at http://stackoverflow.com/questions/38828248/system-web-globalization-namespace-introduced-with-net-4-6-2-conflicts-at-runtiCan you take a look?

  3. This doesn’t make any difference. I have installed the dev pack and uninstalled it and re-installed it but it does not show up inside VS. Also I cannot find any trace of 4.6.2 in C:\Windows\Net.Framework dlls.

  4. Rudy H says:

    Little issue with the example, the header is not displayed cause there is a little typo: it’s activationType instead of “activationtype”

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