Does Chronos breaks "Assembly Definition Files"?

Gorgor 3 years ago updated by Lazlo Bonin (Lead Developer) 3 years ago 3


I am trying new Assembly Definition Files in Unity 2017.3 and from all the plugins I use Chronos is the only one which does not let me use them. When I try to creat .asmdef file which contains Chronos I get following error:

Assets/Plugins/Chronos/Source/Dependencies/Reflection/Editor/Extensions.cs(5,17): error CS0234: The type or namespace name `CSharp' does not exist in the namespace `Microsoft'. Are you missing an assembly reference?

Have you tried to use new Assembly Definition Files with Chronos? How can I make it work? It seems pretty ridiculous that it completely breaks my ability to use .asmdefs just because some PrettyName() method in one plugin;)

Thanks for answer,


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Well it seems I need to change my API compatibility level to .NET2.0 and not just a Subset.

Still interested if it is worth it? You know method called "PrettyName()" does not give itself a much importance:)

Pending Review

It's a method used only in the editor, so it doesn't matter much. However, switching from subset to full should not be an issue because of code stripping on AOT builds anyway.