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GeneralWhy VS2012 Sucks Today Pin
John Simmons / outlaw programmer13-Nov-12 3:43
mvpJohn Simmons / outlaw programmer13-Nov-12 3:43 
I found something out about VS2012 and .Net 4.5 last night - If you create a class library in a solution, and try to add a reference to that class library in a WPF project, the compiler will generate an error unless the class library contains a reference to WindowsBase, even if it doesn't utilize anything inside WindowsBase. The same thing does NOT happen in VS2010.

WTF, over?
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GeneralRe: Why VS2012 Sucks Today Pin
Dave Kreskowiak13-Nov-12 4:15
mvpDave Kreskowiak13-Nov-12 4:15 
GeneralRe: Why VS2012 Sucks Today Pin
John Simmons / outlaw programmer13-Nov-12 4:40
mvpJohn Simmons / outlaw programmer13-Nov-12 4:40 
GeneralRe: Why VS2012 Sucks Today Pin
Dave Kreskowiak13-Nov-12 5:35
mvpDave Kreskowiak13-Nov-12 5:35 
GeneralRe: Why VS2012 Sucks Today Pin
AspDotNetDev13-Nov-12 9:52
protectorAspDotNetDev13-Nov-12 9:52 

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