[nuget] Publish a nuget package without a hyphenSee original GitHub issue
Currently it’s not possible to use Raylib-cs for .NET 7 WASM build due to the hyphen in the name. I reported the issue to dotnet/runtime and it has been already fixed and merged to main, see https://github.com/dotnet/runtime/issues/78992
However it might take a while before we see that in
7.0.x as I requested in ⬆️. Right now the target is 7.0.3 of the back-port PR:
Even if they manage to successfully back-port the fix to
7.0.3, based on 6.0.3 it would take 3+ months before we see that.
So yes, admittedly publishing a nuget package without a hyphen would basically be a workaround for broken functionality in dotnet. I can try to prepare the
.csproj and adjust a GitHub workflow if there is enough interest.
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So far I found these issues:
- this ticket is about that
- no idea, but I can live without them
I can report them separately and also report a WebAssembly build, however it’s more complicated because raylib must be compiled with the very same version of emscripten as the project. It’s because emscripten doesn’t follow semver (mentioned here).