Have a console project using Framework 4.6.1. When I install Aspose.Words-Cloud from nuget it also installs Aspose.Storage-Cloud which depends on LinqBridge. With linqbridge loaded, I get many compile errors stating that there are ambiguous references to properties like .Count etc.
I am also experiencing this issue while trying to set up the cloud SDK for word in a large solution. Is LinqBridge incompatible with System.Linq?
The problem is that linqbridge isn’t compatible with any version of .Net past 2.0. However, the Aspose Cloud Nuget Package requires linqbridge and linq bridge attempts to overwrite functionality in System.Linq.
Yeah, that’s what I figured. Any idea if Aspose plans on updating their cloud package? I don’t plan on going back to .Net 2.0.
Actually, I think it’s the cloud-storage package that requires linqbridge and I’m trying to convert documents without using online storage. Maybe Aspose could create a Words-Cloud package without needing storage…?
So if you go here https://github.com/asposeforcloud/Aspose_Cloud_SDK_For_.NET you can download the Aspose.Cloud.dll that is used in the example project in the other SDK download. Just know that with this you can’t use the examples on the website, you need to reverse engineer what you need from the example project.
I realized the dll I linked is no longer supported, so beware.