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net core 3.0 (and higher) publish project with wrong dependencies

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net core 3.0 (and higher) publish project with wrong dependencies

I have console project ProblemMainApp. It has dependencies from Helper and Newtonsoft.Json 12.0.2. Helper.csproj depend from Microsoft.Extensions.Configuration.Json 2.0.1. Microsoft.Extensions.Configuration.Json 2.0.1 depend from Newtonsoft.Json 10.0.1. image

I publish project with command: dotnet publish -c Debug -f netcoreapp2.0 --force -r centos.7-x64 -o D:\Publish\test If I have installed netcore 2.* on my comp, that in output folder have Newtonsoft.Json 12.0.2. But if I have installed netcore 3.* on my comp, that in output folder have Newtonsoft.Json 10.0.1 and program not working. I need to add a reference to Newtonsoft.Json 12.0.2 in Helper.csproj, even though it’s not needed.

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  • State:open
  • Created 4 years ago
  • Reactions:11
  • Comments:49 (3 by maintainers)

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Mgamerzcommented, Aug 5, 2020

Been having this issue again, it’s essentially making my application unusable, I publish it, some dependency doesn’t work, publish it again after somehow fixing it, another dependency doesn’t work, app just endlessly crashes for my users. This is getting frustrating.

blacksnake-ruscommented, Dec 9, 2021

I’ve just being bitten by the same issue. In my case, I was using the dotnet publish task in Azure DevOps with a path to the solution file .sln. I fixed by using the path to the main .csproj that references directly Newtonsoft.Json

It helps if you can get from the main .csproj to any other .csproj by dependencies. In my case, the dependencies are pulled through a .dll using AutoFac.

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