Westwind.Globalization
Using Westwind globalization in asp.net core 1.0
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  Rohit
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  Aug 22, 2016 @ 08:50pm

Hello Rick,

We have migrated mvc application from RC2 to .Net Core 1.0, however our concern is, we are not able to use/reference the WestWind Globalization project.

Can you please tell me how can we use the west wind project (it refers to framework 4.5.1) in .net core 1.0 ?

In our project for previous version (RC2) we have reference it like as follows

  1. We created a class library project and added package of "Westwind.Globalization.Web.Starter": "2.2.1.1". 2.Added 'AccessLocalization' class in the class library. 3.Added reference of class library into web project.

It was running successfully.

However while integrating in .Net Core 1.0 we have followed the instruction mentioned on this URL, but we haven't succeeded.

Thanks for the help !

Gravatar is a globally recognized avatar based on your email address. re: Using Westwind globalization in asp.net core 1.0
  Rick Strahl
  Rohit
  Aug 23, 2016 @ 08:02am

Rohit,

ASP.NET Core is not supported and we haven't tested on that platform at this time. There are a number of issues that are very likely to make this not work - the most important one being the missing old ASP.NET configuration system in Core.

I'll be looking to see what can be done to port Westwind.Globalization later this year when I have a little more time and when more details are available what APIs will port to .NET Core with the next major release.

+++ Rick ---

Gravatar is a globally recognized avatar based on your email address. re: Using Westwind globalization in asp.net core 1.0
  Saqib Shakil Ahmed
  Rick Strahl
  Jun 13, 2017 @ 08:06pm

Any update on ASP.Net Core Support

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