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Ivan D. Sager | 28 Apr 14:27 2006

maverick.net cannot compile under VS2005

I have several production applications using maverick.net. My next project will be developed using .Net 2.0 framework and from the looks of it maverick.net cannot compile under VS2005 

 

Compiling the source in VS2005 gives multiple errors.

Error 1 Warning as

Error: 'System.Xml.Xsl.XslTransform' is

obsolete: 'This class has been deprecated. Please use

System.Xml.Xsl.XslCompiledTransform instead.

http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=14202'

H:\ActivateKey\Src\Maverick\src\Maverick\Trans

form\XsltTransform.cs 72 26 Maverick

 

My next option is it look over Microsoft’s UIP or the spring.net framework but ideally maverick.net would be my preference.

 

Has anybody got maverick.net to run under VS2005?

 

-------------------------------
Ivan Sager

http://www.sagersystems.com
A Professional Services Company

 

Jim Moore | 28 Apr 17:01 2006
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Re: maverick.net cannot compile under VS2005

This just sounds like a compiler warning to me, not an error. If you disable "Treat Compiler Warnings As Errors" it sounds as if it should work...

On 4/28/06, Ivan D. Sager <isager <at> sagersystems.com> wrote:

I have several production applications using maverick.net. My next project will be developed using .Net 2.0 framework and from the looks of it maverick.net cannot compile under VS2005 

 

Compiling the source in VS2005 gives multiple errors.

Error 1 Warning as

Error: 'System.Xml.Xsl.XslTransform' is

obsolete: 'This class has been deprecated. Please use

System.Xml.Xsl.XslCompiledTransform instead.

http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=14202 '

H:\ActivateKey\Src\Maverick\src\Maverick\Trans

form\XsltTransform.cs 72 26 Maverick

 

My next option is it look over Microsoft's UIP or the spring.net framework but ideally maverick.net would be my preference.

 

Has anybody got maverick.net to run under VS2005?

 

-------------------------------
Ivan Sager

http://www.sagersystems.com
A Professional Services Company

 



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