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Roadmap - Migration to .NET Core?

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Nope.

 

Multi-platform runtime does not mean a multi-platform framework. WinForms will still be Windows-only, as will all of the Windows-specific code in Paint.NET.

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BTW this has changed from a "nope" to a "maybe / hopefully / I want to", especially since the announcement of .NET Core 3 including support for WinForms and WPF. And the fact they already have Paint.NET running "in the lab" on .NET Core 3 as per Richard Lander's blog post, https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/dotnet/2018/05/07/net-core-3-and-support-for-windows-desktop-applications/ 

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15 hours ago, Joshua Lamusga said:

Readers should note that WinForms and WPF in .Net Core 3 will still be Windows-only, so updating to it won't make Paint.NET multi platform.

 

That's correct.

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