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same issue as Matts upload package:http://our.umbraco.org/projects/website-utilities/desktop-media-uploader/bugs,-feedback-and-suggestions/11236-any-chance-this-could-be-tweaked-to-run-with-net-35-libraries
What should the strategy for 4.5 packages? only support .net 4+ ? I can see lots of potential issues where people read on the tin that it works with 4.5 but then run into errorsI realise I'm probably the minority here though (using the .net3.5 version)
I'm sure I could get this to work under umbraco 4.0 and .net 3.5.I'll try to slot in some time to revisit the package and update it to reflect the wishes from the community.
That would be great. Many of my client's shared hosts don't run 4.0 yet or they are stuck on IIS 6 and 3.5 for some other reason.
I just installed the package with version 4.5.2 and I got an error
Could not load file or assembly 'Gecko.Uploadify' or one of
its dependencies. This assembly is built by a runtime newer than the
currently loaded runtime and cannot be loaded.
Any ideas how to get my site back live, before the installation i saw that my umbraco version is not supported however I tried to install.
one thing you can try is to look in your /bin folder for the gecko uploadify .dll and remove it - your site should start working again (hopefully)
you're right, my site is back online now...
I've rebuilt the Package using .Net 3.5. Here's the DLL: http://geckohub.com/umbraco/Gecko.Uploadify.dll.zip
Can you let me know if it works, please. If so, I'll update the package, thus making it compatible with umbraco 4.0 or 4.5 under .NET 3.5 or 4.0.
It seems to be ok but have no time to test it in depth, Just replace the dll with the new one you just post and the website runs smoothly however I haven't tested the actual package.
I am also a bit pressed for time, but will do some testing ASAP.
I've tested the 3.5 version and so far it's working fine :). Thanks.
Brilliant! We have released a new 1.3 version of the package with the .NET 3.5 compatible DLL.
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