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From Dominik Psenner <dpsen...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: 1.2.15
Date Fri, 27 Nov 2015 19:32:50 GMT
In my opinion, all releases after 1.2.15 should be built against:

* mono 3.5
* mono 4.0
* .net 3.5
* .net 4.0
* .net 4.5
* .net cp 3.5
* .net cp 4.0

An application that is built against an older framework and ran with
log4net until now can well stick with 1.2.15 for the time being or should
be migrated to a newer framework version if anyone dares to touch it.

So what if we announce EOL for all the other builds? We can still try to be
backwards compatible to ancient framework versions, but whoever needs a
binary for it should build it from source.

Then, in theory, a win7 computer that has all the necessary frameworks
installed can build all the log4net assemblies that we officially support
and we could discuss to build log4net with AppVeyor.

2015-11-25 17:13 GMT+01:00 Stefan Bodewig <bodewig@apache.org>:

> On 2015-11-23, Dominik Psenner wrote:
>
> > I blindly assume that you have some virtual machines that allow you to
> > build log4net against ancient .NET frameworks.
>
> My zoo started out with an old Linux laptop that I need for Mono 1.x and
> 2.x (never bothered to create a VM for that) and a Windows XP VM for
> .NET 1.x and cli.  I can't share the XP VM easily (activated with a
> personal license).  That I try to keep both machines from any network
> access is part of making the release cumbersome.
>
> Then there is a Windows 7 VM for .NET 2.0 - 4.5 (right now 4.6,
> actually) and my every day workhorse running a recent Linux distro and
> Mono 4.x, a real machine.
>
> > Are you willing to share your build environments? Maybe then you are
> > not the one and only who can build a log4net release.
>
> I'm totally willing to share the SDK binaries I have collected, all of
> them are MSDN downloads or have been at some point in time.  The log4net
> release instructions explain what you need and what needs to be
> installed in which order.
>
> You can't install .NET 4.5 on XP and you can't install .NET 1.1 on Win7
> AFAIK, so you'll always need at least two environments (until we drop
> 1.x builds).  It should be possible to create the Mono builds on
> Windows, I'm not sure you can install Mono 1.x and 4.x in parallel.
>
> Re: AppVeyor
>
> AppVeyor builds are for free for OSS projects, I use it as CI for
> XMLUnit.NET (along with Travis for Mono builds of it).  I'm not sure
> AppVeyor supports NAnt and I'm pretty sure it doesn't support .NET 1.x.
>
> The real PITA are the ancient SDKs, not the recent ones.
>
> Stefan
>



-- 
Dominik Psenner

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