We're taking it from https://github.com/mono/roslyn-binaries/tree/master/Microsoft.Net.Compilers/Microsoft.Net.Compilers.2.6.0/tools which afaik is just straight from the roslyn nuget package.
On 2 Feb 2018, at 20:53, Jo Shields <joshi...@microsoft.com<mailto:joshi...@microsoft.com>> wrote: I guess the question is "whose System.Reflection.Metadata is used, when, by whom?" i.e. where does the fix exist and not exist? Sent from Outlook<http://aka.ms/weboutlook> ________________________________ From: Neale Ferguson <ne...@sinenomine.net<mailto:ne...@sinenomine.net>> Sent: 02 February 2018 14:17 To: Alexander Köplinger; Jo Shields Cc: Mono Devel Mailing List Subject: Re: [Mono-dev] Building mono-core Did. Still throwing the “Not little endian” exception. If I remember correctly the issue was fixed in System.Reflection.Metadata.dll but Roslyn still needed to pick up the fixed version. That might have happened in the meantime, best to just try :)
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