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Subject [GitHub] [lucenenet] NightOwl888 commented on issue #305: Investigate how we can load external assemblies when running Lucene.Net.Benchmarks on the command line
Date Tue, 06 Oct 2020 15:22:23 GMT

NightOwl888 commented on issue #305:

   Actually, come to think of it, that brings up another potential gap that wasn't previously
considered. The `lucene-cli` tool is targeted at .NET Core 3.1 only. This may be an issue
if the end user needs to load .NET Framework assemblies into its context in order to benchmark
the types within them.
   Potential solutions/workarounds:
   - Don't support .NET Framework in the CLI, require .NET Framework users to compile their
DLL as .NET Standard in order to benchmark in .NET Core 3.1 or use the DLL and build their
own wrapper CLI for .NET Framework
   - Create a separate version of the tool for .NET Framework (possibly even move the benchmark
commands to a separate tool)
   I know that in early versions of .NET Core, it was possible to load .NET Framework assemblies
with certain conditions/limitation, which could also potentially be explored.

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