The Gepsio code base has just undergone a significant restructuring with changeset 77191. As a benefit of the restructuring, the project will, for the first time, be able to provide assemblies for the following platforms:
- .NET 3.5
- .NET 4
- .NET 4.5
- .NET 4.5.1
- .NET 4.5.2
- .NET 4.6
This restructuring also puts Gepsio in the position to provide support for .NET platforms, including the Universal Windows Platform (UWP) available with Windows 10. This is an exciting time for the project, as, up to this point, Gepsio has provided assemblies only for the aging .NET 3.5 platform.
The restructuring relies heavily on the Shared Projects concept available in Visual Studio 2015 to provide support for sharing common code across each of the platform builds. As such, Visual Studio 2015 is now required to open the solution’s source code.
For those users interested only in compiled binaries, no change is needed. Both the project site on Codeplex and Gepsio’s NuGet package will be updated with all of the platform binaries produced by the build process.