I'm trying to code some stuff with SharedCache (from SVN truck) but the Server/Client library mix is stepping on my foot.
Apparently is that the only 3.0 requirement really used is the DataContract serialization option. Does the client use it?
I'd like to propose for the more experienced SharedCache commiters to split the WinServiceCommon project into a client only project and a server one.
The idea is to mantain the client with 2.0 framework support while the server could evolve freely. As I said earlier, I'd like to see the client requirements being more restrictive.
This way more persons could code for the client library (the simpler entry point for any contributor) faster.
What are your thoughts on this?