Originally Posted by extnet
Unfortunately there was an issue with the previous GitHub releases that I did not realise until just now.
There was an old version of the .gitignore file in the Ext.NET.Community project which excluded all files with a ".dll" extension from being committed to the Git repository. Locally in my master Git repo, the .dlls are included, but they're just ignored from any official commit to Git. The .dll's from the /packages/ folder were all mistakingly excluded from the export.
I've updated the .gitignore rules, and the .dll's from the /packages/ folder, and other .dll's used in the Examples Explorer project are now committed. If you download the latest source (Git
, or SVN, or .zip
) the project will compile and run without errors.
This "missing .dll" error was not done on purpose and the .zip full source packages will be corrected with the next public release (1.5.0 and 2.0.0.rc2) which should happen on July 10th.
With the next release, we'll also be providing a simplified .zip download package of just the basic files (.dll's, README, CHANGELOG, etc).
Hope this helps.