|Title:||Support .NET Core|
|Last Modified:||2017-09-06 09:25:14|
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anonymous added on 2016-01-12 14:01:55:
I think this should work with .NET core. There is no current way to access the SQLiteFactory. Unfortunately this means my products cannot upgrade.
mistachkin added on 2016-01-12 19:46:07: (text/x-fossil-plain)
Is ADO.NET supported on .NET Core? Are there any docs showing how to migrate existing ADO.NET providers to .NET Core?
anonymous added on 2016-05-28 15:46:58: (text/x-fossil-plain)
Totally agree with that. .Net Core is the future.
mistachkin added on 2016-05-29 15:16:26: (text/x-fossil-plain)
It may be the future; however, I do not think it supports the ADO.NET interfaces, which are required by System.Data.SQLite.
anonymous added on 2017-09-06 09:25:14: (text/x-fossil-plain)
Good news! I tried to include the package System.Data.SQLite.Core in a .NET Core2 application. It generates a warning as it may not work entirely because it doesn't target explicitly .NET Core / NetStandard (NU1701) But it seems to work perfectly, at least for a simple scenario - Create a DB - Encrypt it - Create a table - Insert Into table - Select From table So maybe it is possible to target NetStandard without changes in the code :)