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I’m trying to integrate into a large scale solution where SciChart needs to be installed into a new csproj type of project system.
While I was able to make WPF + SciChart kind of compile by following this:
And more specifically this:
I cannot get it to properly use SciChart.DirectX package because SciChart uses very old SharpDX nugets (2.6.3).
The newer SharpDX nugets (4.0.1) do support new csproj / nuget 3.x properly, but since SciChart is locked into an older version I’m left unable to use it…
Are there any plans to update you own dependencies to a new SharpDX?
While for now I have samples runnign without DirectX, I don’t know how important it might become in the future…
You will be pleased to know that SciChart WPF v5 runs on SharpDX v4.0.1. To use this you will need to enable our BETA NuGet feed ‘abtsoftware-bleeding-edge’ (instructions are here).
A full release of SciChart WPF v5 is expected soon, but we do not have an exact timeline.
Thanks a million, I didn’t know how to mark the answer in this interface as “good” but its great news.
Looking forward to testing it out later.
As I’m in evaluation process right now, I will probably wait for v5 for my final decision, but great news.
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