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accepted MEF & Circular dependencies in MonoDevelop / VS
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comment MEF & Circular dependencies in MonoDevelop / VS
do you mean to have seperate projects (.csproj) for each of your bullet points? Because that would mean I'd have a project only for the ApplicationA.Contracts which I wanted to avoid.
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asked MEF & Circular dependencies in MonoDevelop / VS
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awarded  Editor
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31
revised using / linking to MS-PL licensed code from (A)GPLv3
added last paragraph which starts with EDIT: and added mono + asp.net tag
May
31
comment using / linking to MS-PL licensed code from (A)GPLv3
Additionally, beeing a system library or not - MEF or ASP.NET MVC have a given license which is MSPL. I do not know if their presence in .NET4 Framework comes with another license which makes em dual licensed. My Problem: I do not want to use .NET4 but Mono. Mono ships with ASP.NET MVC2 and MEF from Microsoft, being ONLY under MSPL license.
May
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comment using / linking to MS-PL licensed code from (A)GPLv3
A linking exception is not an option, because I use GPL'ed 3rd party libs in my project as well - I would need a linking exception from every authors which is not possible.
May
31
asked using / linking to MS-PL licensed code from (A)GPLv3