I am in the process of enabling some of our existing code base to run as .Net 5.
We have a shared package using Aspose, that after my changes will be running both in a .Net 4.8 Windows application, and in a .Net 5.0 API.
The shared package calls Aspose.Words.Document.Print() method, which when switching to netstandard2.0 target doesn’t work.
Which seems to be intentionally for now : Xamarin and .NET 2.0 Differences|Aspose.Words for .NET
My question is what the best approach suggested by Aspose is for this scenario?
Do I need to compile my shared package in two versions - and then include either net5.0-windows or net48 build of my shared package and let the net5.0-windows / netstandard2.0 version not include the methods calling Print on word documents?
Or is there a better way to handle it? Is there a netstandard2.0 way to Print word documents? Or is it on its way - don’t need it in production until after summer.
If this is outside scope of free support let me know.