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FsCheck crashes with VS2012


because you use the FSharp 2.0 Runtime version of the FSharp.Core.dll the lib will not work in a project compiled with VS2012 (projects created in VS2012 will use the 3.0 Runtime version)

You should consider greating different nuget packages or even better make the FSharp.Core a dependency for the nuget-package


kurt2001 wrote Aug 12, 2012 at 9:23 PM

As highlighthed on the forum - NuGet users can run Add-BindingRedirect to fix this.
FsCheck latest source has been updated to work with VS2012.